The view in the image above is of the CN Tower and the Sky Dome in downtown Toronto, Ontario. At one time during the 1990s I used to work in Toronto's downtown and could see the tower when I looked south down the street. Odd thing is, I had never been up to the top of the CN Tower while I worked in Toronto. The first two times was before I lived there and the third time was after I left the city to return to London, Ontario. The feeling was that I always had the time to visit so the time never came. The Science Centre was another such case.
Now here is London, Ontario where I lived until I moved west permanently in February 2006. The top of the image is actually facing toward the southwest. I don't regret the change of venue, although there have been some challenges along the way but nothing that can't be resolved. They say a change is as good as a rest! I don't know whether that's necessarily true but that's the saying. The next three images are of the Cascade Mountain Range and of Mount Baker, a volcano, in particular. Washington state is to the north of the yellow line and BC toward the bottom of the frame. The first two are Google Earth images and the final one is a photos of Mt. Baker taken from my balcony on a sunny day. I will feature other Google Earth images as the mood strikes. I hope you enjoy these.