Category: Photography


The Weight of Memories

Yesterday I sat on the hillside and watched the leaves fly off the trees. I don’t think I have ever done that before. Each year the leaves are on the trees, looking stunning in their fall splendour, and then they are on the ground. And it’s all over for another year. But I have never made the time to actually witness this magnificent transformation. … Read More The Weight of Memories


Choose creativity, repeat

This blog. Oh this blog of mine …. sigh…. The life of this blog parallels my creative life. Busy blog, creativity flowing; stagnant blog, creativity fading. Today, for the first time in a long time, my camera went with me on my walk. It used to be, that it would be more likely that I would forget my shoes than leave my camera when … Read More Choose creativity, repeat


It’s time for an August Break

August is upon us …. already! Such a different feeling than July. July is all about jumping wildly into the heat and promise of summer vacations, long lazy days packed full of water, sandy beaches and sunshine…. it is definitely a time for all of us to shed our pasty winter skin and spend time half naked in the blazing sun, soaking up as … Read More It’s time for an August Break


In pursuit of beauty

After months of feeling totally uninspired, photographically speaking, I’m back on track again, leaning in a slightly different direction. I wonder if you too are looking for something new for inspiration? For each of us, I’m sure it will be a different story, but for me, I think the reason I’ve been struggling with my photography is a lack of specific direction and inner … Read More In pursuit of beauty


Art: Successfully Liberated

Hello & happy spring, wherever you are! Finally I am sharing the beautiful postcards I received from the Liberate Your Art exchange. It was such fun to find them steadily show up in my mailbox, and then to connect with the artist over the next few days. Also… it brought other connections into my life – a special mention & thanks to my friend, … Read More Art: Successfully Liberated

+ the wall

Walls of resistance & other annoyances

I have successfully liberated my art! Five small pieces of my art, each with their own little story, each with a part of me embedded, have been flung out into the world. They disappeared, tucked safely inside their modestly decorated envelope, into a bright red Canada Post mailbox. They’re truly gone, left home forever, having their own little postcard adventures, flying off to places … Read More Walls of resistance & other annoyances