Choose My Best Instagram Photos – Round 1, Group 21

Lots of park photos this time. Mostly the same park, though there is one not in the park. I hope you enjoy these photos.

The rules are simple. I post 10 of my Instagram photos every few days, and you get to vote on your favourites. It’s multiple choice, so please vote for 2 to 4 photos (3 is ideal). Leave a comment saying why you voted the way you did. The poll comes after the photos.

Here are the photos.

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October cherry blossoms

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Trees in the park

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Park path

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Autumn leaves

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Turtle

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People enjoying the ducks

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Pond and trees

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Red bridge is actually pink!

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It's a pretty big pond

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Everyone's going to Shinjuku

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Please vote for your favourite photos (ideally 3, but anywhere between 2 and 4):

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Election Day Is Monday – Vote!

The day to vote is coming soon. It’s on Monday, October 19th. I can’t vote because the Canadian government is now enforcing a law that states that expats who have lived outside of Canada for more than five years cannot vote. So, my voice is silent in the polls. However, I can encourage others to vote.

So, that’s what I’m doing. Don’t be one of those people who says your vote doesn’t count. It does. Because in the last election, more than half of eligible voters did not vote. If those people had voted, the outcome could’ve been completely different. Combined, all those missing votes could have made a huge impact.

So go and vote!