Sky Burning

====================================================================================================== The sky burning above the Canada Day celebrations site from multiple fireworks exploding produced an immense amount of smoke ┬áin the air meanwhile bathing spectators an orange color. Just moments earlier white-hot multicolored lights burned bathing both the Canada Day celebrations entertainment troupe and the multitudes of excited people nearby almost blanching out the … Continue reading Sky Burning

Chinese New Year

===================================================================== Chinese New Year is a very important festival in Chinese lore, according to legend, started with a mythical beast called the Nian. Nian would come on the first day of the New Year and cause havoc eventually a hero coached by a god neutralized Nian. Prior to this, the Chinese folk would use firecrackers … Continue reading Chinese New Year

Scale of Entertainment

The scale of entertainment for my municipality was just perfect for July 1, 2014, Canada Day, and everyone had a wonderful time. The entertainers depicted in my video were a brother and sister act supported by their professional band. The whole troupe performed twice, once during the day and later as the finishing act for … Continue reading Scale of Entertainment

Weekly Photo Challenge: Twinkle

Twinkle defined as causing a shine with fluctuating light or to shine with a flickering or sparkling light, I believe this picture I took last Summer during Montreal's Jazz Festival fits that description like a glove. I was returning home walking West towards the Atwater subway station and had just passed Crescent Street when I … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Twinkle