what do you have faith in?

I asked him this question, the night we became lovers. We had wedged ourselves into a claw-foot bathtub, enjoying the romance of the idea, but dismayed by how little water was left in the too-tiny tub with us. There was a long...

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leaf not the tree

When I take my camera somewhere new, the first photographs are of “the big picture” to tell me where I am. These are the shots that give me a sense of the scale or scope of the place. And then I get to my favourite...

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a world in black and white

Earlier this week I celebrated because we had two days in a row of warmer temperatures.  By warmer, I mean 45 degrees.  I was able to get out in the yard and fill several yard waste cans with, well, yard waste.  The yard looks...

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shadows on snow

I love the architecture of trees in winter — the skeletal branches against the sky — there is something vulnerable in the way old gnarly trees are exposed when their leaves drop. The sky was constantly changing during...

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