Lakeside Living

its Kingston and its1000 islands cruise where we see so many different lifestyles on the islands. So many houses all looking good in spite of the higher water level in the St Lawrence River. Encroaching up to their front doors!

Three good things;
1. History is good to learn about - mostly from the net so easily!
2. A three hour cruise up the river in a replica Paddle Steamer into some of the 1800 islands.
3. Snails for dinner - really delicious!
How lovely this is. Love your description and your 3 good things!
posted June 6th, 2017  
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Cruising down the river... can't get that song out of my mind now.
posted June 6th, 2017  
Very nice
posted June 6th, 2017  
Wonderful image, processing...The home has neat architecture.
posted June 6th, 2017  
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posted June 6th, 2017  
Looks like an old postcard--such an interesting house.
posted June 6th, 2017  
That roof looks like it has eyes, what a gorgeous setting and house.
posted June 6th, 2017  
Great editing
posted June 6th, 2017  
@gijsje I wondered if any one would pick up on that!
posted June 6th, 2017  
So idyllic! Very well edited
posted June 6th, 2017  
@susale Thanks for your comments on my photos, Suse!
posted June 6th, 2017  
A lovely image and processing fav
posted June 6th, 2017  
Wonderful processing and love the house, Grand shot...Fav
posted June 6th, 2017  
perfect edit for this
posted June 6th, 2017  
Beautiful vintage style photo...going back in time.
posted June 6th, 2017  
Love the roofline. Great processing too!
posted June 6th, 2017  
Wonderful shot
posted June 6th, 2017  
This should be a book illustration. Perfect
posted June 6th, 2017  
it is a lovely artistic mono maggie
posted June 6th, 2017  
Very cool processing here - nice image.
posted June 6th, 2017  
Beautiful vintage look to this photo of such an interesting lookin structure. Did you use silver efex?
posted June 6th, 2017  
Yes i was thinking vintage when I saw this shot. Great processing!
posted June 7th, 2017  
@phil_howcroft Thanks Phil - sometimes sepia hints on history!
posted June 7th, 2017  
@grammyn Very astute Katy - yes I did and chose sepia with a vignette!
posted June 7th, 2017  
Fabulous choice of processing that makes it even better on black.
posted June 7th, 2017  
Charming.
posted June 7th, 2017  
Lovely processing!
posted June 7th, 2017  
Fabulous editing. Not so sure I would like living so close to the water though, especially if the water level rises.
posted June 7th, 2017  
What a cute home. The sepia is a nice choice !
posted June 7th, 2017  
charming place ...creative and cool processing
posted June 7th, 2017  
Why this makes me thinking Napoleon with his hat on.
posted June 7th, 2017  
Must be an amazing area with all those islands!
posted June 7th, 2017  
Terrific capture and processing. Hard to live like that I suppose.
posted June 7th, 2017  
Great processing, the tones really suit the scene.
posted June 7th, 2017  
I like the sepia look xx
posted June 7th, 2017  
@psychographer Thanks Lisa for taking the time to comment on my shots!
posted June 7th, 2017  
Lovely processing. We did a trip around some of the islands too when we visited Kingston.
posted June 8th, 2017  
Nice processing.
posted June 9th, 2017  
Love your processing. yes, I was told about all the rain they had while I was away and the last few days it rained so much again that the whole neighbor''s yard was under water. took more than two days to dry,.
posted June 25th, 2017  
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