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US: Seattle, WA – Inside Seattle Public Library

Even the rides on the escalators inside the Seattle Public Library have artistically beautiful views.

US: Seattle, WA – Window View in Seattle Public Library

Geometrically fun squared looking at the sky from inside the Seattle Public Library.

US: Seattle, WA – Umbrellas in the Sky

Yes it rains a lot in Seattle so why not an umbrella sculpture?


US: Seattle, WA – Seattle Cityscape

A slice of the architecture through the decades in Seattle.


Canada: Sault Ste Marie, Ontario – Photo of Three of the Group of Seven

Here are three of the famous Canadian Group of Seven painters who started painting the Algoma scenery starting in 1918 with J.E.H. Macdonald. The others in the group are: Lawren Harris, Franklin Carmichael, A.Y. Jackson, Franz Johnson, Arhur Lismer, and Frederick Varley. They hitched a boxcar onto the Agawa Canyon train going up to the mines in Northern Ontario.

Canada: Sault Ste Marie, Ontario – Inside Group of Seven Boxcar

The Group of Seven were Canadian painters who, in the early 20th century, especially enjoyed painting Canadian scenery. A few at a time, the men would live in this spartan boxcar which would get hitched to a train. They would be let off on a rail siding for a few days to paint scenery to their hearts content. 

Canada: Sault Ste Marie, Ontario – Group of Seven Boxcar

If you would like to see a reproduction of the Boxcar that the Canadian Group of Seven slept, ate and painted in on the side railings of the 114-mile Agawa Canyon Train, head to Sault Ste. Marie. You can even take a ride on that train to glimpse the scenery they drew. At the end you can get off and enjoy the waterfalls and views and then return the same day.

Canada: Sault Ste Marie, Ontario – Black Beaver Falls

At the Agawa Canyon Park, the River Trail will take you to these high roaring Black Beaver Waterfalls. Wooden viewing platforms make it all easy and enjoyable.

Canada: Agawa Canyon, Sault Ste Marie, Ontario – Wearing Bridal Veil Falls on my Head

Often people take photos without realizing how things are lined up. Here the Bridal Veil Falls have been placed on my head as a bridal veil. No, I wasn’t getting married in Agawa Canyon Park.

Canada: Sault Ste Marie, Ontario – Agawa Canyon Park

After 3 relaxing hours, when you get off the Agawa Canyon train at mile 114, you have opportunities for walks on 3 trails, The Talus Trail, the River Trail or this one: The Lookout Trail goes up 320 wooden steps to panoramic views of the canyon.