The stunning beauty and easy access of this place has made Lake Moraine an Instagram favorite. That’s both good and bad. Getting more people out to experience and appreciate nature is a very good thing. However, the sheer crowds, and especially the disregard for nature evidenced by certain visitors both ignoring clearly posted park rules and demonstrating a blatant lack of respect of the environment (and of other people) takes a negative toll. When you visit these places, be respectful, be kind, be a good human. (Thank you for coming to my Ted talk.)
📷 @chrisgibbsphotography - Proud to have my artwork “The Searcher” on display in the new @antlerridge.ca show home in Invermere, BC.
If you are in the area, stop by and check out the amazing mountain modern show homes, and see “The Searcher” in person! •
When you imagine how a composition would look like and it turned out just the way you wanted it. A moment of "hell yeah" and the feeling of great satisfaction was achieved! Thanks @call_me_deee for laying on top of a bunch of rocks to capture the frame that I wanted. Can't wait to print this up! #ernskjtravelentures
Beautiful bridesmaid ready for her cousins wedding ceremony ✨
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Now Accepting Offers: Nintendo Challenge Championship 1990 Finalist Plaque, Shirt, Paperwork, and Pin
This competition was held in Canada in 1990. It was an official event put on by Nintendo and Mattel. It coincided with the better known Nintendo World Championships 1990 ....but finished before NWC 1990.
This competition was held in Toronto at Canada's Wonderland. There were 9 finalists: 3 from western Canada, 3 from central Canada, and 3 from Eastern Canada.
To my knowledge this was Nintendo's first National competition in North America for home consoles. There was a National competition (held in 1983?) for the Donkey Kong arcade game held prior, but this is a very early relic from early videogame competitions.
I have had these for a few years and bought them directly from the finalist.
I will not be taking the first offer I receive nor am I in a rush to sell, but feel this should be in the hands of someone who would display it properly.
Feel free to ask questions. I will try my best to answer….although I have not been able to find much information about this competition.