Friday, March 5, 2010

Foreign/ Photo Hunter

We are now approaching Canada, a foreign country  (if you are not Canadian)



Two official languages!

Snow! (Isn't that what you expected?) Welcome to the Great White North!


This week's Photo Hunter challenge: foreign

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14 comments:

see you there! said...

Thanks for the Welcome, I'll wait until the snow is gone tho. Do you speak both languages?

Darla

George said...

What a nice take on 'foreign'. But I think of Canada as a neighbor, not a foreign land.

B SQUARED said...

Ahh! Our 51st state;just kidding.

Jarart said...

I always get so excited when we go through those gates into Canada! Such grand beauty ahead!!

kaye said...

great take on the theme. I'm sure those gates were busy during the Olympics.

Paulie said...

Of course I expected to see snow in your pictures -- that's where I come for my daily fix!!!!!!!! To me THIS YEAR, snow is foreign!

cieldequimper said...

I hate these formalities. Make most of us feel like the criminals we're not.

Cezar and Léia said...

As Ciel said, I also hate these formalities, but it's necessary.I will go for a VISA this year because I really want to visit your country!
Hugs
Léia

ewok1993 said...

Wonderful take. Hope to cross the border this year.

Happy weekend.

Jacob said...

I've been to Canada once. Well, for just a minute. We went over the border north of Grand Marais, Minnesota and then had to come back 'cause my in-laws didn't have the proper paper work for their little toy poodle.

Becky and Gary said...

Very good EG. I would think it might get confusing if you didn't know what those signs said.
You have a BEAUTIFUL country!
B.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Great picture, EG... George and I visited a piece of Canada when we went to Niagara Falls and stayed on the Canadian side... It was GREAT.

Have a great weekend.
Hugs,
Betsy

Leif Hagen said...

I haven't been to Canada for a long time - I'm over due!
O Canada ......

Small City Scenes said...

Interesting---so there is snow in Canada but not in the US. Heyare you giving us a snow job? LOL
My sister is a Canadian citizen so we are sisters across the border and that is how I think of you and all Canada. MB

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