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Friday, August 14, 2009


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East Gwillimbury WOW!

What a pity that so many small companies have been swallowed up by bigger ones. I'm assuming that is what has happened here. On a more positive note, that sure is a beautiful blue sky overhead!


Great shot. Beautiful blue sky behind the CS building.


Nice photo and lovely blue sky.

Greensboro Daily Photo

Last week, I didn't get over to Mr. Linky for Skywatch Friday. I'd love for you to see last week's photo. It is one of my favorite out of the GDP Skywatch contributions:j


Lori Skoog

I looked at all your posts this morning...what a pleasure to learn more about Greensboro. Nice shots...I especially love the one of the church (great composition). Thanks for visiting my Journal.

Bill B

I enjoyed expanding the photo to see the wind vane. Nice!


Nice sky.And the building takes me back to my childhood.


At first I thought the name had been typed onto the photo! It is an unexpected looking font. And a brilliant blue sky.


Great photo! I've enjoyed my visit today and have also enjoyed catching up on all your other super photographs. Thanks!

Jane Mitchell

You photographers don't miss a trick. Until I started following this blog, I seldom noticed the font on buildings. It's still not the first thing I see, but I am working on it. JTM


What a beautiful blue sky! Just read the other day that no matter what materials come and go, steel will be a major player well into the future where manufacturing is concerned.


It does look quite proud, doesn't it. (I'm with Jane, I learn a lot from the photo blogs.)


*Very* nice. Bricks and a blue sky can *only* look good!

Happily Retired Gal

Lovely deep blue sky as a backdrop for this sturdy brick structure.
Hugs and blessings,

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