Tag: john o donohue

81 Years – Today

The following blessing is something that’s opened-out and extended back recollection of my father and his shaping, steadfast hand. It’s his birthday, today … and these words – John O’Donohue’s words, ‘For a Father’ – recall him to me. “The longer we live, The… Continue Reading “81 Years – Today”

A Good Squeeze Out of Life & Entering Death

A Blessing – Entering Death For Ivan, who took an enormous, enjoyable squeeze out of Life … a blessing from many to accompany your passing. Ivan passed away in Penticton, BC last week at the age of 74 leaving behind many good friends and… Continue Reading “A Good Squeeze Out of Life & Entering Death”

Rapture – Drinking in the Sun’s Heat

Early morning, time to cross-off items from my ‘did-I-do-it’ list, time to muster to the morning’s endeavor – planting Saskatoon bushes in our backyard. I gather shovel, axe, wheel barrow and raise my eyes to gaze upon a dragonfly sunning itself, drinking in sun’s… Continue Reading “Rapture – Drinking in the Sun’s Heat”

Past Old to Abundant New

A homestead, a memory anchor, reminds of former times; its past informs our present.  Any of us can look at what is, what we now have and what we now do from the perspective of what was, what we haven’t had and what used… Continue Reading “Past Old to Abundant New”

Imagination’s Possibility

I am posting in a rush. Away from computer and the ability to post photos, the next few days will see me hunting for a new vehicle (truck, SUV or car) in central Alberta. The photographs I present, here, are from the solo photowalk… Continue Reading “Imagination’s Possibility”

Those Who Go Before Us …

To See What’s There

Alexandra Falls – Scale

1940 Plymouth – Deanz Garage

Dean who owns Deanz Garage is a Mopar man.  Despite working on the Mercury Meteor and helping me establish interest in restoring a 1969 Pontiac Parisienne, his restorations photobook is Mopar as are most of the vehicles in his yard – his Plymouth Roadrunner,… Continue Reading “1940 Plymouth – Deanz Garage”

Images from the Journey Home

On Monday, January 2, 2012, my daughter and I drove from Edmonton and returned to High Level, concluding our Christmas visit with family. Opportunities for photographs were available throughout the drive; and, as with any travel that combines photography with moving towards a destination… Continue Reading “Images from the Journey Home”

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