At the corner of West Peninsula and Peninsula Road.
Snowy morning in late February.
Two more from the ditch on Hwy 63.
Civic Hospital is almost gone, leaving a big hole in the sky of North Bay.
It’s spirit lives now on the edge of town.
Another look at yesterday’s pines.
Different processing from yesterday’s photograph.
It snowed last night – the type of snow that sticks to every branch and gives the bush a Wonderland look.
There is so much to photograph that most of the images have to be taken by the mind and remembered.
The ditch beside Highway 63 contains some elegantly delicate left-overs from summer.
The gala for the 3 Generations Show was held last night in Huntsville and a great time was had by all.
Here are some photographs:
I made this photograph about a year ago around Christmas.
I thought it was stronger as a monochrome treatment with a bit of cyan toning to make it look a bit cooler.
The white streaks are snowflakes in the air.
I had the great fortune of meeting new friends who live in Kelowna.
This is the view from their deck which overlooks the town and Lake Okanogan.
You can see tomorrow’s weather from here.
The skiing was great but left little time for making photographs.
So here is another in a series of rhythmic trees:
The patterns remind me of the figure skating and painting style of Toller Cranston.
Off to BC to ski for the next couple of weeks.
This will be happening when I get back.
Nice to see you there.