I went out walking today to get shots of the snow and who should I find but friend Jeff Macklin spending his birthday shoveling out his driveway. Read more “This Just In: Snow”
Hurricane Sandy. Devastating in Cuba and Haiti and destructive across the eastern American seaboard. Here in Peterborough we had some strong winds and days and days of rain. Read more “Hurricane Sandy Swallows the Sun”
Mom was in town, so we had to take our annual trip to Sandy Beach to get a few laps in the water. Read more “Cell Photos and More Swimming”
The last week of really busy weeks. I only had one chance to take photos. Oddly, they look similar to last week’s photos. This week, though, I had my “big” camera and break times were just so timed that I caught the sky just before the storm (above)…
There was a fast but mighty storm this week. I didn’t have my big camera on me, just my cell phone. Read more “Storm, Still Evening After and Crescent Moon with Seagull”
That’s Raja of the Shotgun Wedding Band ripping tunes on her violin at the Red Dog last weekend. Read more “Shotgun Wedding, Darlington, Casseroles”
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, Read more “Boise and Exposed: Contact 2012”
I certainly didn’t think I’d be storm chasing in March. At least not a lightning storm. Read more “March Storm Chasing”
This month Artspace is hosting Dianne Gougeon’s “Pffuit!” Exhibition. I went in to do some photos of the installation process and opening. Read more “Pffuit! (Dianne Gougeon)”
It does look like Read more “Bill on Bill’s Floor and First Snow”