Monthly Archives: October 2012

Halloween!

This has alway been one of my favorite times of the year!  The days when in ancient tradition the dead would walk the earth and mingle once again with the living.  so rich in history.  Kids love it too as … Continue reading

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Shutting down for the Winter

Closed up the cottage and put the canoe inside.  I left the boat in the water for one more run up.  I can try to get up once or twice more but decided to take the dock out in case … Continue reading

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The Eye of the World

I went to the hospital tonight to see my mother who is 86 and having a bad spell.  Too old and flu and infection and dementia all combining to make the perfect storm in her head.  It’s hard to watch … Continue reading

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On the cliffs by the Ocean

On a trip to Ireland I took this image. I find it evocative. Do you like it? Castles and all take you to another place.

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Untimely

I went to the Cabine to shoot the Autumn colours.  It’s my sanctuary from all that beckons  in life.  During a sudden cloudburst I listened to CBC and heard of the untimely death of Raylene Rankin.  I caught an hour special on Sunday and … Continue reading

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Use what you can

Took this image last time I was at the lake.  I wanted to make a slight suggestion about the canoe and this is what I found.  Using the curves and edges and light and dark to tell a story.  I … Continue reading

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Respect

I have been working on images of Ireland and came across this one.  If you look at the bottom right corner you see the accouterments of a new burial.  Even though this graveyard is dated to the 12th century you must walk … Continue reading

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