Hello. It's been a while. I draw plants instead of photographing them now. It takes much longer.
Downloading photos takes a while now, and there is something weird about logging in. Be persistent.
27th Nov 2015, 04:30
23rd Aug 2015, 19:41
took my camera. this is what I saw.
1. no socks, asleep in the bank entrance
2. no service. of course. snowstorm, therefore no service.
3. Earthlad. Really? is tagging a necessary step to art?
4. I need a new sound system. I am checking out all the options.
5. Gus the barber, getting ready to go home. A neighbourhood legend, and my friend.
6.Small colourful imprisoned things
7. Snow falling on cedars. What a great name for a novel...or a band...
Ramona's wing expansion should she wish to fly
kids touching a shark
my attic bedroom by the sea last summer
spoonleaf sundew, carnivore baby
another carnivore, pitcher plant
15th Jan 2015, 00:56
Manitoulin Island is so far no one will come visit me when I go there. It is surrounded by Lake Huron, and you have to take a ferry for two hours to get there. The forests and alvars are pristine and untouched, and all kinds of wonderful things live there.
19th Sep 2014, 05:17
Edit....I have deleted some images because it makes me nervous with this many hits on one post...Hiking downtown through Kensington Market, through Chinatown and then home. A beautiful sunny spring day.
25th Apr 2014, 01:04
Every spring I go to Montreal to see Facto and the people I grew up with, at the annual BBQ. We all show up, some bring music, or their kids, or food, cake, lots of cake this year...old friends, family, and in Canada, a way to say we made it, it was an awful winter, and hey, have a drink, we're all still here. Coming home was an adventure, the train got stuck, we sat on the track for three hours and were bussed to Toronto, and finally I make to the subway, so tired and kinda pissed off and there's this guy in rabbit ears.I have nothing but respect for a big guy who is PROUD TO WEAR BUNNY EARS.
Facto makes the most lovely thin bowls with metallic glazes. Light as a feather. I keep berries, acorns and snail shells in them. Today I decided the bowls needed a foot, some elevation, so I put them on the things I brought home from the forest last summer. It was a balancing act.