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First Snow Winter Morning – Photos Taken At Don Valley Brickworks

November 29, 2013

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Don Valley Brickworks Scene


The first snowfall of the season. Taken at Toronto’s Don Valley Brickworks during a morning walk.
November 27, 2013 – Photos by John Zeus

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Happy Thanksgiving!

November 28, 2013

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Heritage Turkeys "gobble gobble" #birds #farm #sustainable #heritage #poultry #turkeys

Heritage Turkeys “gobble gobble” #birds #farm #sustainable #heritage #poultry #turkeys

Thanksgiving

For each new morning with its light,
For rest and shelter of the night,
For health and food,
For love and friends,
For everything Thy goodness sends.

Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)


Wishing all who are celebrating a Happy Thanksgiving! May it be filled with Peace, Love, and Harmony!


Photo by: John Zeus

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Island Airport Sunrise

November 21, 2013

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Airport passenger ferry "Marilyn Bell I" crosses one of the world's shortest regularly scheduled ferry routes.

Airport passenger ferry “Marilyn Bell I” crosses one of the world’s shortest regularly scheduled ferry routes.

Sunrise over Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport - a small airport located on the Toronto Islands.

Sunrise over Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport – a small airport located on the Toronto Islands.

Island Airport Sunrise
A ferry crosses the channel from Billy Bishop Airport on the Toronto Islands to the mainland at sunrise.
Photos by John Zeus

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Buggy Parking At The Farmers’ Auction

November 20, 2013

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Amish & Mennonite Farmers' Auction

Mennonite And Amish Buggy Parking At The Farmers’ Auction
Shot in Wallenstein, Ontario
Photo by John Zeus

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Leaf On The Windshield In Toronto

November 17, 2013

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Leaf On The Windshield In Toronto

Leaf On The Windshield On A Sunday Morning
Shot in Riverdale, a Toronto neighbourhood
Photo By John Zeus

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Contemplating Dinosaurs, Feeding The Inner Child

November 8, 2013

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A trip to the dinosaur exhibit at the museum has always been a cherished experience. Carefree childhood memories of my dad taking me to see the dinosaurs since I was six years old. I remember that moment as a child, standing there, looking up in awe at Albertosaurus towering over us.

I still visit once a year, alone, sometimes on my birthday. I sit, meditate, contemplate Albertosaurus and the other fossils, connect with my inner child, and escape for a few moments from the stresses of adulthood.


Photos by John Zeus | Taken at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada
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Dreamcatcher Of Alderville First Nation

November 7, 2013

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Dreams play a central role in the spiritual life of the people of the First Nations. The belief is that dreams are given to us by the Creator. Yesterday I acquired my first dreamcatcher. It is made by Alexis, an intuitive and creative woman, married to a Mississaugas* chief and living in Alderville First Nation. I had the best sleep in weeks. The Creator gave me brilliant dreams.

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A First Nations legend tells that all dreams are caught in the web. Good dreams find their way through and bad dreams are trapped until the first rays until the sun destroys them.

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In some Native American cultures, a dreamcatcher is a handmade object based on a willow hoop, on which is woven a loose net or web. The dreamcatcher is then decorated with sacred items such as feathers and beads. Wikipedia

It is not unusual in First Nation spirituality for a dream to plot the course of a person’s destiny, guiding them along their path to their place in life. ^

Photos/Story: John Zeus
*Alderville First Nation is a band of Mississaugas, a sub-nation of the Ojibwas.
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Taste of The Danforth, Kataifi & Baklava Photo by John Zeus — National Geographic Your Shot

November 2, 2013

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I’d like to share a link to a photo I posted on National Geographic’s Your Shot, an online photo community where amateur hobbyist like me can post our best shot. The assignment this month is #Foodscapes – What does the landscape of food look like in your world?

Taste of The Danforth, Kataifi & Baklava Photo by John Zeus — National Geographic Your Shot

This photo was taken at a street festival in Toronto. Shot with my phone as we walked down the street experiencing the glory of food by smell, sound, sight, touch and taste.


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