FOTD: Quebec Loves Flowers

Yesterday, I wrote about the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Quebec. After we left that church, I spotted this shop entrance decorated with large red roses. Since there were so many of them, I asked our guide, Sandrine, if the roses were for some special occasion. “No,” she replied. “We just love flowers.” Good enough reason […]

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Thursday Doors: The Holy Door of Cathedral-Basilica of Notre-Dame de Quebec

The Cathedral-Basilica of Notre-Dame de Québec is the seat of the Archdiocese of the Roman Catholic Church in Québec province, located at 16, rue de Buade in Québec City. It is the oldest cathedral in the Americas north of the former Spanish colonies in Florida and New Mexico.  The original cathedral began construction on this […]

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FOTD: Holiday Colors

I chose this flower for my entry in Cee’s Flower of the Day because of its red and green complementary colors, which are also the colors of the Christmas season! I took the photo in my neighborhood in Sept. 2017. Today is Thanksgiving in the USA, so I hope all my fellow American bloggers have […]

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CFFC: N is for…

My grand-nephew Nicholas (picture taken several years ago; Nicholas is now 21.) Not only is he handsome but he’s a talented musician also! November nature display in my neighborhood A Nissan in Nicaragua Northern Lights on an Alaskan night Native American culture at the North Dakota Cultural Center (Bismarck, ND)   (More about the North […]

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