It was supposed to be a relaxing walk in the mini-forest near our home. We had walked there many times before, and although we heard about the ‘monster’ of Forest City we were not prepared for what would happen. We heard whispered conversations in the library, margin pencil marks in the city’s history books, but… Continue reading The Monster of Forest City
Hello hello! It has been a month…over a month actually since I posted. Sigh – my apologies, but when you see the photos of the magical Cape Breton you will understand my being a bit distracted! For this blog post, I am going to share with you, in photos, some of the beautiful inspiring views… Continue reading The Magnificent Cape Breton
I am quite scattered, it seems, with what I am producing. I have been interested in books, little books, journals, and before that paper – paper cutting etc. Each thing I attempt seems to lead me to the next. I suppose in the long run, that’s how one finds one’s focus, the ‘thing’ that spurs… Continue reading Searching for Artistic Focus
The final photo of my 5-day black and white photo challenge is here. The photo is of me, and although it may not be easily recognizable, I am happy here. This was a time after another time that wasn’t easy. Here though is me, on the other side – unfettered and forward facing.
Photo #4 of my Black and White Photo Challenge There is, obviously, much more to see at this historic site, the building, inside and out is beautiful. It’s the Canada Southern Railway Station in St. Thomas, Ontario. Maybe it’s the black and white of this photo, but I remember looking at this door and being… Continue reading Canada Southern Railway Station
Day 3 of the B & W Photo Challenge. Well one of these photos had to be of a monster, no? The BeSpoke Monster in question is Sad Carl. When asked why he is sad, so sad that even the word is now part of his name, he replies: “I have my reasons”, and that… Continue reading Sad Carl
Photo #2 of my Black and White Photo Challenge We visited the Peterborough Lift Lock near the end of the summer or early fall. The lock wasn’t in operation, it had been shut down for the season. It would have been something to stand in the same place and see this large machine in action.… Continue reading Peterborough Lift Lock