Look On

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Looking On - Fort Vermilion, Alberta

Looking On – Fort Vermilion, Alberta

A bird, high above on a transmission line, looks on. Perhaps resting, this bird recalls exhortation about living Life – “Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them (Matthew 6:25-34).” The second day of summer, school almost done and enjoying summer’s warmth and light.

Listening to – Chris Whitley’s ‘Dust Radio,’ Robbie Robertson’s ‘Sweet Fire of Love’ and Lucinda Williams’ ‘Concrete and Barbed Wire.’

Quote to Inspire – “There is nothing worse than a brilliant image of a fuzzy concept.” -Ansel Adams

2 thoughts on “Look On

  1. My name is Christopher and I’m contacting you from Edelman on behalf of Canon Canada, I hope you’re well. I’m reaching out because I came across your website and from the looks of it, in addition to being a talented photographer you’re also a Canon shooter! I wanted to know if you would have any interest in receiving news related to Canon Canada. We’re always on the lookout for talented photo-bloggers that we can keep informed, and we would love to keep you in the loop. Please feel free to send me an email with your name, email address and Twitter handle if you’re interested!

    Christopher Trotman
    christopher.trotman [at] edelman.com

    1. Hey there, Christopher:

      Thank you for taking the opportunity to reach out with regard to this photoblog and my being a Canon Shooter. I am interested in receiving news from Canon Canada and would prefer to hear from Canon Canada directly rather than checking things through with Britain’s PhotoPlus Magazine (I have learned much about Canon products from this magazine).

      For now, the contact information I can share is the following – @Lumens_Borealis (twitter), lumens.borealis.52@gmail.com and Lumens Borealis is a pseudonym for me.

      Thanks for looking in … Let’s stay in touch. 😉

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