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09

Day 178 of a 365-Day Portrait of Canada: A day in the life of Halifax.

THIS IS HALIFAX

Random Photographs Throughout The Day

Raising Canadian Navy Submarine Out Of The Water.
Raising a Canadian Navy Submarine Out Of The Water

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Full to the brim with containers and heading out to sea.
Halifax Is One Of Canada's Most Busy Ports
Halifax Is One Of Canada’s Most Busy Ports
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MacKay Bridge with smoke stacks on Halifax Harbour.
Signs Of The Times.
Signs Of The Times
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Need Help with Food and Ness. Thank You and God Bless
Halifax Is Cool.
Halifax Is Cool.
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Father and son catching the bus.
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This poor Bald Eagle had 20 some odd crows chasing it around Halifax Harbor today.
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Boy looking into Lobster tank, Bedford.
Jeff Presents A 70 to 80 year old Lobster.
Jeff Presents A 70 to 80 year old Lobster.
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Navy Personnel Getting Off Work
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The Alrasoul IsLamic Society in Bedford.
Tower Near Bedford
Tower Near Bedford
MacDonald Bridge Bikes Only On This Side Of The Bridge
MacDonald Bridge Bikes Only On This Side Of The Bridge

People We Met Today

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Graham has worked at GM as a Mechanic for two years, I met him while he repaired my van.
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Cashier at the Tian Phat Asian Grocery store in Bedford.

Faces We Met Today

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Faces

Flag Of The Day

A Navy Tug Boat Tugs A Navy War Ship Into Harbor.

A Navy Tug Boat Tugs A Navy War Ship Into Harbor.

Reporting From Somewhere In The Field

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Guess who she is talking to on the loud speaker…? I unknowingly walked out onto the MacDonald Bridge on the bike only side of the bridge, and security drove out and stopped traffic to tell me that I was on the wrong side of the bridge.
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1 Response to “Day 178 of a 365-Day Portrait of Canada: A day in the life of Halifax.”


  1. 1 graham denty
    April 7, 2009 at 4:42 am

    hey tim the island is called oak island, i’m sure if you ask some locals in martin’s point they could probaly tell you more about it. if you travel the old road from tantallon to bridge water you’ll get some great pics


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