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Enjoy!

I hope everyone had a wonderful Mother’s Day weekend. The last couple of weekends, the weather has been beautiful, and its scenes like this that makes me feel that summer is just around the corner. Enjoy!

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iPhone Friday – A Visit to Unionville

As I mentioned in Wednesday’s post, last weekend we ventured out to Unionville to enjoy the sunshine that’s been eluding us of late. While I was busy taking images with my DSLR I did manage to grab some shots with my iPhone as well.

Have a great weekend everyone.

Old Country Inn

Yummy!

2000 Unionville 2000

Water Anyone?

Home Sweet Home


Enter At Your Own Risk

Project 52 Entry #48

This past weekend the weather in Toronto was beautiful. On Sunday, my husband and I decided to enjoy the sunshine and go for a walk. Of course the camera came with.  We headed to Unionville which is a small village in Markham, Ontario. Main Street is pretty much what you would expect of a small village…small quaint shops, restaurants, ice cream parlours. We veered off Main St. and walked up one of the side streets taking in all the pretty homes. As we were making our way up the street I spotted a house whose side windows were all boarded up. I thought to myself…hmmm, it would be great if I could get in there. Well I obviously didn’t just think it I must have said it out loud because my husband then said “look the back door is open.”  (Yes you could see through the front window to the back of this tiny house.) Much to my husband’s dismay, off I went to the back yard, through tall grass trying to avoid the wooden planks with the nails sticking out of them and the cinder blocks that were strewn all over the side of the house.

I cranked up my ISO and fired off a number of brackets. It was a tiny house so not to much to explore. I probably would have spent a bit more time in there and I was tempted to go upstairs but then I heard creaking coming from the second level so I high tailed it out of there. I’m only brave up to a certain point. 🙂