The week has flown by here in Daejeon. I can’t believe that mid-term exams are finished. We only have seven weeks left to the end of the semester. Here we are for another week of TRAVEL PHOTO THURSDAY
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This weeks shot is from my hometown, Halifax. Last week I booked my flight home for a visit. I’ll be arriving at the Halifax airport at the ungodly hour of 2AM on June 21st. I haven’t been home for five years, so I’m excited.
A major landmark and tourist attraction in Halifax is the Halifax Public Gardens. This is a shot of the Victorian Jubilee Bandstand, where on summertime Sunday afternoons locals and tourist are entertained with free big band music. The gardens are considered one of the finest Victorian style gardens in North America. From May to November you can take a daily stroll between dawn and dusk. You can picnic on the grass. Between the bandstand, the flowers, the ducks and swans you’re guaranteed to find some great photo opportunities. Admission is FREE.
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