I’m beast minding for a friend this weekend. Read more “Beast Minding”
With unusually mild weather, a friend and I went for a walk near mom’s place. Read more “Christmas Eve Walk”
Here it is!
My Going Down to Jackson video is being projected for two more nights in downtown Peterborough (time and location details available by following the link). But for those of you who can’t make it, here’s the video to watch in the comfort of your own home. Or wherever it is you happen to be while you’re watching it.
Enjoy! I certainly enjoyed making it. Read more “Going Down to Jackson Video and Portrait Special”
I don’t usually post more than once a week, but I wanted to let you know where and when you can see the projections of my Going Down to Jackson project.
It’s going to be projected on the sides of buildings in various locations downtown all of this week. Read more “Going Down to Jackson Showings”
Through friends of friends I found the source of Jackson Creek. Read more “Going Up to Jackson’s Source”
The flight home, however, was a treat.
As we approached the ground I had to put my camera away, but it was beautiful to see, from my window seat, the lights of Toronto coming on as the sun’s light was fading. Backyard parties, swimming pools, even the parking lots of strip malls looked magically illuminated in the fading sunset. And as we had to circle the airport to wait for our turn to land I got my eyes full of the wonder of seeing the earth from above.
This broad winged hawk, who gets to see the earth from above all the time, doesn’t need to signal to air control when he wants to take off or land. He’s cleared for pretty much anything he wants to do.
So refreshing to breathe this air. So good to hear the crunch of leaf mold underfoot. So excellent to have this day of rest before I launch into my four weeks of summer madness.
I spent two relaxing days helping to sort wood, stoke fires and make dinner.
It was beautiful.
As you can see, they have a skidder. Read more “Northern Green in Winter”
Well, not exactly an ice storm. It was cold. It snowed. Then it started to rain. It was warming up slowly, but the rain still froze on each surface it touched. Read more “Ice Storm by the River (test post apologies)”