My 100 & Me [Week 27]…New Year

I’m not one for resolutions but after the last year, it feels like it might be a good time to hope for something better. I hope that the world gets it’s shit together in 2021. I hope that people stop dying from COVID-19. I hope that people stop blaming each other for their decisions and start to show…

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My 100 & Me [Week 27]…again

As I lie here bedridden for the last couple of days with a very painful back problem, I find my mind wandering. You see, TV really just doesn’t cut it for me. I don’t have the personality that can just sit down in front of a TV screen for hours on end and keep my mind on topic. I’d rather be doing something….

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My 100 & Me [WEEK 12]

More abstract images from the archives. These were originally posted to my Instagram feed so for the few of you that follow there intently (thanks hun!), you may have seen these already. My apologies. During the summer, you can really see the greens, yellows and browns come out in these pieces.

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My 100 & Me [Week 09]

How quickly life can lead you in other directions. This blog is super important to me yet it’s been over a year since I’ve updated it. Why? I could list a thousand reasons – all of which would probably be valid in one way or another but I think the truth is that sometimes I just feel like I don’t…

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My 100 & Me [Week 08]

It’s amazing how the weather shifts from week to week and how those shifts can affect your mood & emotional state. Last week was filled with blue skies, blooming flowers and an overall bright & airy colour palette. This week not so much. We were back to rain, flooding, and an overall sense…

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My 100 & Me [Week 03]

This was the week of the deer. It seemed like everywhere I turned, there was another doe (or fawn) looking back at me. There was a family of five that was frequenting our yard last year and we’re happy to see that they are back again. They are nature’s lawnmowers. In other news, there was…

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Winter Tree of Life

If you frequent this blog, you’ll know that I found this amazing tree that I’ve called the “Tree of Life.” It has these long reaching branches that entwine and feel like they reach on forever. I love photographing this tree using the Intentional Camera Movement (ICM) technique because it adds movement to my…

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Foley Mountain Winter Scenes

The views of our little town from the Foley Mountain lookout are enough to take your breath away. Westport has never looked so picturesque as it does when a light and fluffy snow has fallen over the town. The snow clings to everything it touches and the light bounces in every direction off of the white canvas.

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Bedford Mills Winter Wonderland

Back when the snow was light, fluffy and new to the season, it looked so picturesque the way that it hung on the trees. I mean, who wouldn’t want to live in a country that had seasons that could produce these kinds of stunning landscapes? Eastern Ontario gets a lot of snow and so it’s the perfect place…

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