Monthly Archives

July 2009

  • Refuge from the Rain

    We got caught in the rainstorm last Saturday returning from the Caribbean festival (warning, opens to loud music).

    It was one of those spontaneous outpours that usually come from nowhere. The day had been dry, hot and humid, no one expected rain.


    It started when we boarded the Seabus … Continue Reading...

  • Rented Glass

    Strange Plant

    It goes without saying that photography is an expensive hobby.

    Then again hobbies tend to be expensive, last fall I took up crocheting for a minute – I bought $200 worth of yarn one weekend, and a pretty drawer to house them, they still sit, mocking me.

    The cheapest step … Continue Reading...

  • My Facebook Pal Mike

    Mike’s one of my favourite Facebook ‘friends’, he’s outspoken, laid-back, fun and not creepy.

    He lives in Ghana, very dedicated to the business he runs and plays hard as well.

    I may have gone to school with him, I don’t remember.

    He has understated chauvinistic opinions but in a way … Continue Reading...

  • “We aren’t curing cancer with a camera”

    I saw this video on one of the many photography blogs I visit daily.

    The message is powerful and poetic as well as inspiring.

    While I’m no where near the kind of photographers he refers to in this video (well, I’m of those that suck), I still found it engaging … Continue Reading...