Winnipeg

Winnipeg

Mikawoz winnipeg

This is my representation of my home town Winnipeg. Many home town instituttions are Blue and Gold from the City of Winnipeg to the Fort Garry Horse Regiment to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. It is made with India ink both brush strokes and nib pens.

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Twin Spires & Trolley Lines

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Twin Spires And Trolley Lines

This is a photo of the famous Catholic Church called Saints Paul and Peter Church in the North Beach area of San Francisco.  You get the spires as a quick image as I passed along one of the famous bus tours around the city.  I love the trolley lines finding them interesting how they intersect and work.

I remember being younger and enjoying the electrical buses that use to run up and down Corydon Avenue in Winnipeg.  They often lost their footing on the cable as they came around the bend and so I would enjoy sitting there watching them putting the cable back on the line.  I miss those electrical buses and meanwhile they were good for the environment but we replaced them in the name of technological advancement.

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Sausalito Shoreline

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I think one of the coolest things about Sausalito, California is that it is only 13 feet above sea level.  Can’t do much better than that.  The population of this quaint little city with colourful buildings is only about 7000 people and is located at the northern end of the Golden Gate Bridge.  I found the restaurants in the area to be spectacular with great seafood, of course.

Thank you for liking, commenting and/or sharing.  Mary Mikawoz

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