Month: April 2012

Versatile Blogger …

Versatile Blogger Award – 29 April 2012 http://static.animoto.com/swf/w.swf?w=swf/vp1&e=1335737102&f=3C1H3RYOEpz2gPdFHS610g&d=446&m=p&r=360p+720p&volume=100&start_res=360p&i=m&options=loop Totally an interesting day, yesterday – to post and then to return later and have not just Gina from The Regina Chronicles nominate my photoblog for an award, but also to receive nomination from Jeremy of… Continue Reading “Versatile Blogger …”

Fire and Heart

Images and narrative speaking to the heart of Life – this homestead served a family for a time, a family living from the land.  The home building, the cabin was certainly heated through the cold of winter and night by wood in a wood… Continue Reading “Fire and Heart”

An Hour Away

I have an uncle, my Dad’s younger brother, who was in his career a beloved literature professor at Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. As a professor he was well-liked by his students and he knew what students were about and was able to… Continue Reading “An Hour Away”

Soul Cage

On this morning’s walk I chose music over prose.  The brooding plot of D.H. Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover in all the consideration before action seems quite bleak and maybe the story is written intentionally so that renewal in physical sensuality is highlighted against the mundane… Continue Reading “Soul Cage”

Makeshift Autoyard

Charles Dickens once wrote a novel about an Old Curiosity Shop, a shop much like that of current second-hand stores or thrift stores in which a store owner collects collectibles, curiosities that satisfy our need to discover things that fit the environment we wish… Continue Reading “Makeshift Autoyard”

Water Mirror

Water – within the past week I’ve slipped and nearly tumbled on water that’s oozed and frozen into globs of ice on High Level sidewalks during my morning walks. Water has met with gravitational pull and been transported as precipitation from clouds through a… Continue Reading “Water Mirror”

Perspective – Where to Stand

A cube or a box – the physical structure of the spaces we tend to inhabit for the majority of our days are cubes or boxes. There’s the cube or box of home. There’s the cube or box of work. As human beings it’s… Continue Reading “Perspective – Where to Stand”

Transformation’s Glaze

I’ve just checked. It is still around, that thing that catalyzed so much of the work and time I’ve invested in cars I’ve owned and cars I’ve worked with. I happened on it by chance and by the end of that first day I… Continue Reading “Transformation’s Glaze”

325 – 152nd Street East, Tacoma, Washington

One of the bigger treats for me in visiting Seattle, Washington this Easter was something my wife and daughter allowed me to do on the Thursday before we returned to Canada, something that they joined me in. That Thursday morning, we drove from Seattle… Continue Reading “325 – 152nd Street East, Tacoma, Washington”

Broad Strokes – Three Dimensions

Visually, Seattle clusters in broad strokes among three dimensions. There’s the up and down of tall, tall buildings. There’s the Seattle you find more of to your right and to your left, more buildings, more streets, more sidewalks. Seattle extends in front of you,… Continue Reading “Broad Strokes – Three Dimensions”

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