Independence Day images...

Here is a little more catching up from last week.

Some of our readers were kind enough to post their Independence Day images on our Flickr Group, and here are a few of them.

Click in any one of these images to view larger.

And it just so happens that our good friends to the north were celebrating a day that is important to them as well, here is one to mark that occasion.

Thank you to everyone who took the time to share their images.


photography by anika alonzo said...

thanks for the feature :)

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Anonymous said...

Thanks for the double feature =)

LPK said...

Back from vacation and catching up on blog reading. Thanks for the double feature, but, more importantly, thanks for recognizing Canada's birthday.

Scott said...

I have been to Canada a few times, it's a beautiful country (and people)...

Thanks for your images... hope vacation was great...