Monthly Archives: July 2011
The crops in the fields around Peterborough are starting to mature. The farmer’s markets and roadside fruit stands are busting out with great produce. The wheat (above) is pretty much ready. The corn (below)
The light changes are slow and broad this time of year. This is the view off a friend’s dock when I arrived last weekend. Below
My interest in communication towers seems to be morphing into an interest in all of the artifacts that connect us across the countryside. Power lines, telephone lines, even the roads themselves stretch through farm fields and green spaces.
We had a serious electrical storm last weekend. I was sitting with a friend enjoying the evening when the sky started to light up. “Wanna go storm chasing?” I asked. We zipped through the county roads looking for the best … Continue reading
Coming home from Toronto last week I pulled off onto the Darlington Power Plant service road to catch the dramatic sunset that was lighting up a storm over Peterborough. And today is the first long weekend of the summer.