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Magic carpet

 

 

Is this a Persian Magic Carpet?  No, just the Laurentian forest canopy viewed from 2 000 feet high while flying with my son on this sunny October 8 Thanksgiving Day, here in Canada.  Picture taken near Rawdon, in Lanaudière.  Despite it’s small size, Rawdon is a multiethnic village with a sizable Russian origin population and some beautifull orthodox chuches and bizantine inspired buildings.

 

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2 thoughts on “Magic carpet

  1. What a marvellous photograph, Paul. I’m carried awayand you magically flying with you.

  2. Welcome on the carpet, Richard. That magnificence, though, is very short lived. In a few days nothing will be left of it and that cold white stuff will follow. However, decorated in white and glittering ice, it is also most beautiful under the sun or a full moon.

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