For the Ontario leg of the Dusk Dances tour I drive a truck. A 16′ cube truck. It feels big and it’s not the easiest thing to maneuver. Read more “Hamilton Skies”
This photo, from my recent vacation in Prince Edward County, is a tribute to Alex Coleville. At least that’s what I’m calling it. Something about the way the light is wrapping around Michael Read more “Prince Edward County Vacation”
One of my favourite colour combinations is green, blue and white.
There’s plenty of this combo to be seen at this time of year. And so great to see it after the cold, cold winter. Read more “Spring Colours”
I went back to my Austere Winter Lake to see how the beautiful ice formations were doing in the melt. Read more “Ice Melt and Horses”
We are deep into the coldest part of winter now. Read more “Austere Winter Lake”
Even in the middle of the day it seems dark.
Everything is grey and cold and a little bit tired looking. But there’s a hint of sparkle. Read more “The Darkest Days (Tonic Show Reminder)”
This post is quite late but I have the best excuse. I was off the grid, in the forest, looking at autumn.
And boy, was it ever nice to look at. Read more “Off the Grid (plus – Fungi ID game)”
This is the last weekend before the rush that September brings. Read more “The Tail Feathers of Summer”
I got back to Peterborough last week just before the weather warmed up and all the ice melted.
Above is Rice Lake distorted through a coating of ice on a branch beside the frozen water. (If you click on the photo to look at it close up, you can see the horizon, trees and branches.)
Read more “End Of the Ice Storm (Until Next Time)”