For the Scrapbook Sketch Challenge 29. Once again I scanned each page in two parts and then stitched them together in photoshop, so the images are a little off.
The bottom photo is of a sign (I love taking pictures of signs for scrapping) and reads "The Niagara Escarpment. Queenston Heights is a part of the Niagara Escarpment, a height of land which extends 725 kilometres across Ontario from Niagara Falls to Manitoulin Island. Over 430 million years ago, a shallow tropical sea covered most of central North America. Sediments and coral reef on the seabed were compressed into dolomite, a hard type of limestone which was more resistant to erosion than the bedrock of adjacent lands after the water retreated. The cliffs of the escarpment are the exposed floor of the ancient sea. The escarpment's rugged terrain, home to a wide variety of plants and wildlife, forms a natural corridor through both urban and rural areas. In 1990, the United Nations designated the Niagara Escarpment a World Biosphere Reserve."
The centre circle is an embossed sticker that reads "A picture is worth a thousand words".
The title is mounted on dimensionals
Date: Wednesday, February 1, 2006 GMT Views: 478