Thursday, July 2, 2009

Thursday Arch Series And More

There's only so much to say about a catenary arch but what's around it is infinitely variable. Maybe that's where this series is going.

And, note from Toronto - these French-speaking Quebecois were in T.O.'s Dundas Square yesterday on Canada Day, posing for tips. What were they doing in English Canada, eh? A poll in the news today said that 90% of Canadians think that theirs is the best country of all. There's something to be said for that.

You often hear that Toronto is the most culturally diverse city in the world. The second picture below illustrates friendly local relations between Mexico and Japan.

And what says Canada Day better than dinner at a Moroccan restaurant with a belly dance show? Before the snarky comments start, this was Mrs. C's idea. The food was good, the show was fun and our waiter had actually driven through St. Louis once in the middle of the night and saw the Arch.


Wayne said...

Posing for tips? I can see the belly dancer posing for tips. But 4 guys from Quebec?

I've learned something new.

Leif Hagen said...

Mr. Attorney Meister - your ARCH series is awesome. Love today's photo. The belly dancer photo wasn't bad either . . . .

Olivier said...

superbe, on dirait qu'elle est la porte qui mène à la lune.
haughtiness, they would say that it is the door which leads to the moon.

Virginia said...

Why B., I think she's winking at you! Well we have a plethora of cultural diversity here today. Bravo ! And try and hold it in the road there on the Jersey shore!