Window Sky

I was sitting reading, in a chair facing the window, when I looked up. The blue sky and cumulus clouds looked so beautiful I thought I should share. I took a photo every five minutes or so to show you how the sky changed. My book, Glass Bricks, is out (since April, 2021) and now …

Shades of Green

It’s so great to wander about looking at the green plants growing along the sidewalks in Winnipeg after such a long horrible winter. Enjoy! My book, Glass Bricks, is out (since April, 2021) and now available worldwide in/through your local bookstores or from https://atbaypress.com/books/detail/glass-bricks. The digital version is available if you email the publisher. And if you …

My Hands

These are my hands, not so strong as they once were. A number of years ago, I noticed the tip of the pinkie on my right hand was leaning left. Other fingers started to bend and my knuckles started to bulge. Then I noticed pain in my knuckles and in an old volleyball injury at …

Part 1 – A Favourite Underpass (not including vehicles or people)

This is the south side, heading in. I ‘LOVE’ it. I love an underpass: the rusty steel beams and rivets, the dirt, the drips, the graffiti, etc. So, when I wandered into one of my favourite underpasses, below the train tracks and SW/SE Transitway at Osborne St, in Winnipeg, I took a lot of photos. …

Stark Stuff

It’s funny that I often love stark photos. It certainly isn’t how I like to live. My apartment is filled with a variety of books and photos and other things—no blank walls here. When I look around I want my eyes to have a lot of choice, lots of places to land. It also surprises …

This Will Melt

When Winnipeg has the most snowfall it’s had in years, the snow piles up a bit. It also takes time to melt away. I took these photos right at the end of February, before temperatures started to warm up a bit. It’s now mid-March, so some of the snow has disappeared, but it'll be while …