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”
Enjoying the compression of distance in this favourite image of the Canadian grain shed on the northward approach to Donnelly, Alberta. Listening to – Neil Young’s ‘Harvest Moon.’ Quote to Inspire – “I have the great privilege of being both witness and storyteller. Intimacy,… Continue Reading “That Shed – Canada’s”
Dented and worn, pitted and cancered (rusting), the hood of a 1949 Chevrolet grain truck continues to hold its shape – lines and curves created some sixty-four years ago. Listening to: Imagine Dragons’ ‘Radioactive.’ Quote to Inspire: “Take a moment. What was it you… Continue Reading “Dented, Worn, Pitted”
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