I’ve been going places and doing all sorts of thing – all except staying current with my blog posts. It’s that time of the year. Next I have three workshops and a speaking engagement in Vancouver which will keep me hopping over the next four weeks. Then I am off on some photo shoots in […]
I made this image in front of our house; the garden is like a carpet of blue. It’s stunningly beautiful. This perennial was used by Some First Nations used a decoction to rinse their hair and scalp.
Warm summer temperatures are here early this year making it time to head for the lakes. There are 1,000’s of lakes to take advantage of here in the Cariboo Chilcotin region of BC, so get the boat, canoe, or kayak out and have some fun with family and friends. One of my favourite pastimes is […]
It’s getting to that time of the year when the alkali lakes, which abound in the Cariboo Chilcotin region of BC, will start their colourful journey throughout the summer months. During the heat of summer there are algae blooms which bring out a myriad of colours; they change daily! They are called calcareous lakes. I […]
Ok…one more photograph from the forest in front of our house to end the week! This is an interpretative image. It’s actually an ‘inscape’, my interpretation of the forest floor amongst some young aspens. You’ve now seen my creative expression. I’ve communicated that expression to you through the internet. Now it is your turn, the […]
Continuing on from my previous blog post, I am still on my creative walk through the trees in front of my house. As Julia Cameron once said, ” mystery is at the heart of creativity. That, and surprise”. What I am seeing and capturing with my camera each day in my little forest is a […]
I have a creative block when it comes to photographing outside my front door; on the small piece of land I see each day. It is not that I take it for granted; I don’t. I love where I live on this planet, and I love who I share it with, my partner in life […]
The 100 Mile House Community Garden got underway yesterday with some serious volunteer support. Even young Charlie (I think that was his name) was there with his tiny yellow dump truck! Together they planted some ‘Likely Legend’ potatoes. I can’t wait to give those a taste! Congratulations to the forward looking volunteers . Yea 100 […]