Building in Vancouver, wrapped in Canadian flag, overlapped with image of manneqins sporting Olympics gear for the masses, as photographed on my trip west last November. Also a Canada Post box photographed in Montreal recently. All magically transformed with some obsessive Photoshopping while I should have been cleaning the house, to say nothing of getting washed and dressed, and maybe even baking, in preparation for the imminent arrival of my in-laws from Quebec. Good to see that I have my priorities straight, n'est-ce pas?
Although I'm not usually a sports fan in any way shape or form (maybe a slight figure skating addiction--watching, not doing)...I am strangely compelled to tune in nightly to see how the Olympics are going and, more specifically, how Canada is faring. I guess a little quiet flag waving in the sanctity of one's living room is not going overboard? Still, it somehow stirs the old patriotic heart (that I scarcely knew was beating) to see all the fans decked out in red, waving their Canada flags or scarves, or sporting red maple leaf shaped hats, ringing their bells and cheering on the Canuck teams. Go Canada, eh?
Send in the clones.