After chasing views of Walterdale Bridge from Saskatchewan Drive, which overlooks the river valley, I saw this condo tower and was inspired by the Friendly Giant.
Look up; look waaay up
When looking waaay up is almost as dizzifying as looking waaay down. I think this is the first time a photo taken from the ground has given me vertigo!
Laurna – LOL. I know what you mean – I sometimes feel the need to be careful that I don’t go over backwards.
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"The world is changed by your example, not by your opinion." - Paulo Coelho
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Posted: 23 Jul
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"It’s a reinforcing feedback loop, with journalists playing a key role in this misinformation cycle. Scientific publications are more likely to publish reports of declining species. Then, when researchers search for data, “declines are what they find.”"
“By 2018, almost every news organization sheepishly acknowledged there never was an imminent worldwide honeybee catastrophe. The York Times was one of the few that conspicuously failed to reconsider its crisis narrative”
Heartfelt congratulations to Her Excellency Ms. Mary Simon (Ningiukadluk) installed as the 30th Governor General of Canada.#GG30.
This is an important day.🙏🏽
Feeling pride watching from the west coast—as I am sure so many are from coast-to-coast-coast. #ProudtobeIndigenous. 🇨🇦 3
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