Month: September 2013

Four-be-Ford

Again, at the Alaska Highway Construction Equipment Museum, another truck, a 1947 Ford captivates – perhaps a three-ton truck and a truck with original four-wheel drive produced by the Ford Motor Company. Listening to – Luka Bloom’s version of a U2 tune, ‘Bad.’ Quote… Continue Reading “Four-be-Ford”

Bales – Harvest II

More round bales indicate that grains have been taken off a field in harvest and that hay is ready to be gathered for winter cattle feed. These images remind of my cousin baling this summer and his waiting for the right equation of temperature… Continue Reading “Bales – Harvest II”

Under the Shed

In the week prior to their auction, several old-time pick-ups and cab and chassis reside beneath an open-air shed at Sangudo’s Alaska Highway Construction Equipment Museum, a favourite place to photograph within the last year. These vehicles were auctioned off on September 7th and… Continue Reading “Under the Shed”

Wet, Grey, Bleak – Fun

Moving from fall into winter’s weather the world becomes wet and grey and bleak, weather similar to that which you’ll find on the leeward side of mountains at altitude with its drizzle and snow. For many, the sensible thing is to remain indoors. But,… Continue Reading “Wet, Grey, Bleak – Fun”

Sharing the Field

On the drive between Fort Vermilion and High Level, Alberta the clean, stubble-free fields were noteworthy … more indications that harvest is nearing completion. In addition to grain being gathered and hay bales being removed, the fields did look like someone had vacuumed each… Continue Reading “Sharing the Field”

Harvest

Farmers are harvesting in northern Alberta. A season’s few warm months, with regular rainfall, have allowed northern farmland to produce and this year’s harvest holds promise … something extraordinary in terms of quality and quantity. In the year, we are at that point where… Continue Reading “Harvest”

Other Years

In other years, the mounting harvest of grain and canola, as seen from our vehicle’s window has revealed a field’s failure and a farmer’s disappointment. Summer drought in other years has been something limiting a field’s growth; a field of grain that started off… Continue Reading “Other Years”

Buttertown Moon

Colourful streams of cloud cluster around the moon framed by Buttertown trees – a good end to a long day, a reward for taking a couple of extraordinary tasks through their next steps. The work of the evening was to move my thoughts away… Continue Reading “Buttertown Moon”

Valleyview Farm Buildings

Derelict farm buildings and an unused field on the road home, near Valleyview, Alberta. Listening to – Concrete Blonde and ‘I Don’t Need a Hero.’ Quote to Inspire – “I photograph to find out what something will look like photographed.” – Garry Winogrand

Shed RAM

At our house, we have needed a shed, or so I think, for a couple of years. We’re needing a place, separate from our home and garage to store and organize things we use seasonally and non-regularly so the squeeze of their possession does… Continue Reading “Shed RAM”

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