There is a drifting grey rain outside our house in downtown Toronto, a harbinger of fall. Working on another proposal, for a project in South Africa, my thoughts drift back, across … Continue reading Pilanesberg
I have been singing the praises, within reason, of the Prince Edward County Barn Quilt Trails; here, without further ado, is a final selection.
How do you make a movie worth watching about an event that everyone has seen already, in countless TV and internet images and stories? The story is ‘the miracle on … Continue reading Sully: Distilled
A bluejay flew onto our back deck this morning; a gift. You hardly ever see a bluejay in our part of town. I was taking a break from working on a proposal, … Continue reading Of Barns and Bluejays
Barns – preferably red, or collapsing, studies in contrast and texture – are a familiar trope: always an attraction to the holidaying photographer, often a foray into images that are … Continue reading Prince Edward County Barn Quilt Trails
The street art in Toronto – murals, graffiti – is worth a book on its own (I should check – it’s probably been done already). Here is one solitary but … Continue reading Street Art, Toronto
(Hu)man cannot live by bread alone, nor can I survive only on writing proposals. My good deed for my soul is to have spent twenty minutes, before settling down to … Continue reading Winter, Prince Edward County
For the rest of this week I will be working on a big project proposal; next week I will be attending a course at Ryerson, run by the Canadian Evaluation … Continue reading Hiatus
It’s a truism, but one of the things you miss as your children become adults and you yourself, along with your friends and family and their children, too, grow older, … Continue reading Songs of Innocence
As promised, a somewhat randomly selected and perhaps more conventional set of images of aircraft, both old and new, from last weekend’s airshow.
Here is a final set of ‘graphic’ images from the Toronto Airshow, focusing on the sky-patterns, movement and shape of the performances. In my next post – most likely the … Continue reading Airshow Pyrotechnics
Here are four more images of the Snowbirds skywriting at the Toronto Airshow, on the Labour Day Weekend.