Everyone was astounded by the fog this week. It was so thick I couldn’t see more than two streetlights down from my house. Continue reading “Fog”
Every city has a strip. At least one. Some cities have several. Peterborough has a couple. But Lansdowne Street is our main drag into town, or past town if you’re headed out to easterly cottages. Continue reading “Every City Has a Strip”
The moon was setting over this little cul-de-sac. Continue reading “Winter Suburbs and City”
I thought I’d stop for a bit in Humber Park to see if I could catch a snap of the big ole’ moon coming up over the city. Continue reading “Humber Park Moon”
I did, however, get to spend some time looking out a 9th floor picture window at the changing weather over downtown London. Continue reading “London – 9th Floor (late post)”
These swans came by to see what I was up to. Continue reading “Flying Things, Like Swans and Planes and Clouds and Such”
A remarkable weather pattern blew over Peterborough last Monday. I rushed to the parking garage in the middle of town to set up my tripod and umbrella. I caught most of it as it flew past, with cloud and wind, rainbow and eerie amber light.
It was hard to choose which photos to post, so at the bottom there’s a full gallery showing the whole amazing array.Continue reading “Peterborough 360° and Cows Before the Storm”