Tag: nature

Spring – Colour & Possibility

A daisy with its greens, whites and yellows reminds of spring’s colour and possibility … days away. Gratitude – thank you to all who have looked-in on ‘In My Back Pocket – Photography,’ today. Engaging in dialogue about each visual narrative and accentuating the… Continue Reading “Spring – Colour & Possibility”

Moored – Day’s End

One of the inlets, off the Great Slave Lake serves as home to three smaller boats just across the way from where the Canadian Coast Guard moors its smaller vessels. The water, calm, reflects the boats and sky – the end of one of… Continue Reading “Moored – Day’s End”

Edmonton – Freshly Green in June

Of all reasons to take up photography, the most significant and most poignant is to draw together memory of home. Edmonton’s Skyline from the southeast, from Strathearn Drive is the strongest memory I have of Edmonton. My grandparents’ last Edmonton home was on Strathearn… Continue Reading “Edmonton – Freshly Green in June”

Waiting … Unused, Boarded-Up

In January’s winter, huge, huge boats – complex structures, rigged out with all kinds of equipment to make them self-reliant and useful upon the water – have been dragged to ground from the world’s largest lake – the Great Slave Lake; the boats wait,… Continue Reading “Waiting … Unused, Boarded-Up”

Grown-In, Intact

Summer – cattail shapes feature as photographic interest alone and in clusters. More an architectural entity, the cattails found seemed always to have their skins split and fuzzy cotton interior bursting forth. Not until August were full cylindrical (hot dog) shapes to be found,… Continue Reading “Grown-In, Intact”

Snow – More

We’re there. We have more than our quota of snow … and there’s still two months to go. Within the town of High Level every place you look is contending with a snow blanket that is three to four feet thick. Driveways are framed… Continue Reading “Snow – More”

Cattails – Eastern lakeshore

A day or two after Christmas 2012, my brother and I got our families outside snowshoeing at Chickahoo Lake. In fresh air, our group got themselves tromping around the lake; I did so with my camera finding these cattails along the eastern lakeshore. Listening… Continue Reading “Cattails – Eastern lakeshore”

Barbed and Anchored

December winter scene – homestead and trees, land that once was broken, now fenced in – protected, reminding and reminiscent of lives and the work of living. Snow blankets dormant land and caps a fence post, one among many anchoring three strands of barbed… Continue Reading “Barbed and Anchored”

Last Inhabitants – No Longer Tended To

Under grey, foreboding winter skies, grain stocks remain – last inhabitants of this farmer’s field. Missed by the threshing blade, iced with snow and blown by every breeze they remain, still standing, no longer tended to. Listening to – Martyn Joseph’s Cardiff Bay, Strange… Continue Reading “Last Inhabitants – No Longer Tended To”

Homestead & Winter Skies

Solid, well-made, a homestead house looks southwest to winter skies at dusk. Windowless, vacant and solitary now, the building did once serve as home, refuge from one’s day, shelter during one’s night, that place to regroup, rejuvenate and revive before handling tomorrow. On the… Continue Reading “Homestead & Winter Skies”

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