Panoramic View of Lake George, NY

Jazzersten's HDR Blog

Let’s visit around and tour Lake George area in the Southern Adirondacks in New York State. We visited here this past July and it was a busy and lovely area. This is a panoramic view of the South end of Lake George looking North. The famous boat Minne Ha Ha was ready to steam out on a lake tour. View large if possible.

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a view along the St. Lawrence River

larrysmusings

We all appreciate the beauty to be found in nature.  Yet, we all know that nature has a downside or a negative aspect.  Nature may not seem so beautiful to us when she shows her destructive power in earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and droughts.

We share here a few images along the St. Lawrence River in eastern Canada taken on 25 October 2017.

These next 3 pics are of the same area along the river bank.  These were taken in succession with some zooming of the lens as the cruise ship continued moving up river.  A ribbon or stream of low lying fog or cloud makes these images interesting.

The next shot.

The third view of this series.

In our last photo, we see that the cruise ship has docked in Quebec on a cloudy autumn afternoon.  If one looks carefully, there appear to be freight cars of a train in the picture.

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Post 1563: Dougy wants to know…

weggieboy's blog

Insatiable curiosity, of course, is what kitties are all about. 

I took the bandages off the  **dialysis fistula buttonholes, and they were unusually bloody this time. Dougy indicated he wanted to see them. (Top photo) So, being servant to this master, I pushed them toward Dougy.

“Mmmm! Bloooood!” Dougy is thrilled!

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WARNING!! What follows are graphic descriptions and videos related to dialysis for end term kidney failure!

** “dialysis fistula buttonholes” – You have to source the blood for the dialysis machine somewhere, and these two little openings in the skin to the dialysis fistula are it.

After dialysis, the needles are removed, and I sit there for 20 minutes applying pressure so I don’t bleed out through one or the other buttonhole: a scab forms and you don’t bleed to death!

Sometimes, however, the scabs areinsufficient to do the job, and continuing pressure is applied…

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