Driving past Curve Lake this week I saw the ice fishing huts and thought that with all the warm weather and thaw we’ve been having they probably won’t be up for much longer. I strolled out onto the ice, which was a bit nerve wracking for me, but since two big guys on an ATV had just zipped past I figured I was safe.
Yup. It’s an unusual feeling standing on a frozen lake.
I haven’t done too many panoramic cityscapes. I thought I’d go out in the fog last night and have a try at a street corner. The fog was pretty much lifted by the time I got to this set of images, but you can see the water collected on the lens.
The parallax issue becomes extra challenging, but also extra fun in the result. I like the way I have to break and bend the buildings in a kind of Dr. Seussian way to get everything to match up.
We’ve had such beautiful clear weather recently it’s been hard to find a dramatic sky. Earlier this week it started to turn fall-like again with wind and rain and this intense sunset over Little Lake. The sky was the same colour as the trees behind me.
My interest in communication towers seems to be morphing into an interest in all of the artifacts that connect us across the countryside. Power lines, telephone lines, even the roads themselves stretch through farm fields and green spaces. Read more “Wires, Not-winter and Tara and Cliff”
Ossia, a tiny but well loved bar and music venue, re-opened this week with Tammy Foreman and Blair Watson (who, as you can see, were very busy) celebrating their new ownership. TV Casualties (in the photo above) was one of many groups to grace the stage that night.