Enjoying the cool water and the feeling of weightlessness.........
Looking at all the beautiful fish and critters under the sea.
I was having such a great time even the seaweed winked at me.
I even found Nemo and helped him find his way home.
And to help out the city I even got rid of some barnacles on the pier
Leaving some for the wild fishies because...hey...that is just the kind of woman I am :-)
Deeper and deeper I went. The fish got bigger and stranger looking.
Some were downright frightening and larger the the biggest ship
Some were giving me the evil eye and the hairs on the back of my neck were starting to float up.
I could see them ganging up on me.
They were pointing the way for the bigger fish to find me.
Until finally the biggest meanie of them all...... There she is....there she is
And remembering Steve I hurried to the.....exit
To arrive safely outside the aquarium exit to tell you all my scary tale.
Now isn't that better then Hey, look at the fish pictures I took?
This is my dad. I took this shot on a grey, drizzly July afternoon in Montreal. I had taken him to a couple of cemeteries so he could show me where various members of our family were buried. True to form, I toted my camera along and tried to remember the experience through my lens. Barely two months after this was taken, we lost him, leaving me with a stack of disconnected pixels on a hard drive and more questions than answers. I often look at my pictures from this day and wonder whether or not he knew, or sensed, that his life was drawing to a close. They somewhat haunt me, but I still feel compelled to take the occasional look. Today would have been his and my mom's 56th wedding anniversary. Days like this make me wonder what might have been if the universe zigged and did not zag, and remind me why we should be thankful for having had whatever time we were given. #Montreal #Arthur #Levy #zl #family #everything
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