As a newly heard phrase, the words ‘when the clock stops’ intrigue as a conceptualization of abundant time that can be personally directed. In these words you are no longer ‘on the clock’ and answerable to someone else for your use of time (in… Continue Reading “Stopping the Clock”
5:30 a.m., Arches National Park near Moab, in Utah, before sunrise this image looks across the landscape to sand stone buttes. The edit is true to the exposure as observed; still, it seems quite dark in my first look at it and then, as… Continue Reading “Half-light Highlights”
Labour Day weekend, that point in the year when parents of college- and university-aged children make the drive taking students to cities far away, returning them to another year of campus Life. Travel toward school held anticipation for my son. For me, there was… Continue Reading “Russet Rain”
One aspect of photography that has grown into practice is the matter of recognizing the opportunity presented by the derelict car in a field along the highway, the abandoned farmhouse and former granaries, that thing that you come upon in your travels that you… Continue Reading “Opportunities, Extraordinary”
I hadn’t driven the back road from Fort Vermilion to Slave Lake for perhaps ten or more years. While intention had been to cut hours from drive time, my curiosity pulled me toward what had become of Slave Lake after the town had been… Continue Reading “Amid Blackened Pick Up Stix”
I have been working through images associated with Guatemala in the past few days. The ruins at Iximche have caught my eye both in terms of the architecture and in terms of the cloud work. Quote to Inspire – “To photograph is to confer… Continue Reading “Iximche – Colour, Architecture and Cloudwork”
Sun streams down over a mountain through morning’s mist – condensation and wood smoke – into the community of El Tizate. It is morning, perhaps the last day of our time in El Tizate – we wait for our tour bus; I look out… Continue Reading “Sun Streams, Mist & Pure Seeing”
Two weeks ago, students, parents and staff travelled to Guatemala to engage in a service learning project with another school. Leaving Canada’s frigid boreal temperatures we made our way south into ever warmer temperatures. The endeavor saw our students working with local students and… Continue Reading “Sunlight & Mountain Cloud Work”
Every time you leave home, Another road takes you Into a world you were never in. New strangers on other paths await. New places that have never seen you Will startle a little a your entry. Old places that know you well Will pretend… Continue Reading “Blessing – For the Traveler”
Summer, summer break – vacation … settling into a new time zone five hours different from that of my year’s norm finds me out of our hotel with camera and tripod early in the morning, walking, gathering photos of Honolulu’s Waikiki – the day… Continue Reading “Waikiki – Dawn”
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