Before I post my photos, I’d like to invite you all to the opening of Exposed 2012: Be.Here.Now. Thursday, May 3rd from 7 to 9pm at the Gladstone Hotel on Queen St. [with assistance from the Ontario Arts Council and Artspace Peterborough]
It’s part of this year’s Contact Photography Festival in Toronto. I have a big panorama wrapped around a room in the Gladstone. I’d love for you to come out to see it.
And now, on to my recent travels…
I just spent a week in Boise, Idaho working on a show (Spiderwoman’s Red Mother) at Boise State University.
I took an hour of free time one evening to cab out to the foothills to snap a few photos. So beautiful.
My cab driver, Enes, (you can see his cab at the bottom of the frame, above) was worried about me hiking up into the hills without a guide and loaned me his pocket knife.
“There might be wild animals,” he said, “you never know.”
I had to get back to work, so I turned around and headed back down.
I had a hard time choosing among the dozens of great photos to post here so I’ve added a few more in this gallery (below). You can see the city of Boise in the valley below in a few of them.
I certainly did.