Wednesday, 8 June 2016

SNAP - 4 Sides To A Story

Linking in with Helena at:  SNAP   

Helena's idea is that you share a set of between 2 and 4 images that have a visual link such as colour or shape or subject or that form a photo essay (or anything else you care to share as a visual set) 

This week's SNAP is from one of our Ports of Call jaunts - Port Colborne. This 4 sided signage explains the locks system of the Welland Canal; the boats that could be seen; where the Welland Canal system is located & the flag language.  Further info for the Welland Canal can be found here: Welland Canal


























Just to give a further perspective of this cube, I am adding the overview photo  ...


9 comments:

  1. The Brainy One would love a walk along there!

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  2. very informative and good example of how much can be explained with pictures not words

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  3. Interesting! Just yesterday I left a comment on another blog saying that I'd love a canal holiday, but I didn't think I'd be up to getting the locks right!

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  4. cool...I love knowing how things like locks work...
    and the info about the ship types is cool too!

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  5. Cool SNAP! We've crossed the Welland several times. Next time, I'll look for a sign!

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  6. I'm loving the nautical flags. I'm actually doing a cross stitch in them at the moment

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  7. The technology involved in canals is pretty amazing. I gues this is quite a wide canal too.

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  8. ... and there was me wondering about international lock status! Good ole Leonardo!

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  9. Canals are fascinating to me. I once had a holiday on a canal boat and would love to do so again, we have such beautiful (much smaller) waterways here. I do love the overview of the cube.

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