Nikon just announced the new 12.3 Megapixel Nikon D90 D-SLR. They claim it is inspired by the D300. What’s new with this latest addition? The key feature is that you can shoot both stills as well as video. Could be interesting, but I prefer to have a dedicated camera and a dedicated camcorder. All in one doesn’t usually cut it – at least not without compromise
Niagara-on-the-Lake. August 27th – August 28th.
It’s 7:00 PM and the flight to Toronto is on time. Weather is beautiful, should be a smooth flight and a pleasant 1.5 hour car ride to beautiful Niagara (not to be confused with Viagara, I mean Viagra).
Niagara-on-the-Lake (2001 population 13,839) is a Canadian town located near where the Niagara River meets Lake Ontario in the Niagara Region of southern Ontario. It is located across the Niagara river from Youngstown, New York.
Of course, air travel these days rarely goes as planned. Last month, a Qantas Boeing 747 depressurized en route to Melbourne. Fortunately no one died. Earlier this month a plane swerved off the runway at Madrid’s Barajas Airport in Spain, sadly killing about 150 people. And just yesterday, an Air France-KLM Boeing 747 skidded off the runway here in Montreal.
Rod Stewart – Rocks His Greatest Hits. North American Tour 2008. Montreal, Wednesday, August 13th, 8:00 PM at the Bell Centre. Seating: reds, section 124, row F, seats 16, row G, seat 16.
We were fortunate to get to see quite a few legends in concert this summer. Tonight it was Rod Stewart, the second time we’ve seen him, and once more it was an entertaining evening.
Josh Kelley, a talented songwriter/guitarist from Georgia, opened the night in front of over 11,000 fans. I’m not big on opening acts, but these guys rocked the Bell Centre. One of the songs played was the 2008 Olympics song which Josh wrote: We’re So Proud of You.
Saturation. Fresh vegetables and produce, amazing colours, at the Jean-Talon Market in Montreal, Quebec.
Supermarkets are certainly convenient, but you can’t beat the experience of an outdoor market. Fresh produce, specialty stores, good prices, variety, and photo opportunities.
The Jean-Talon Market, at the geographical center of Montreal, is a great place to visit, not only to do your groceries. Stop for a crêpe or croissant or sample some merguez on a stick.
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Great produce, great colours and textures.