Category Archives: Photography
I went to visit a friend yesterday and took a walk with her in her fields. That’s Mabel, the dog, running ahead in the distance. On our rounds we met the two highland cows that are helping to keep the … Continue reading
Went for a drive this week. It’s been so dry recently and I and my garden have been waiting for rain. This day, the clouds were hanging, but hadn’t opened up yet.
The garden is doing its thing. After four years of summer neglect, my garden is rolling along. Lots of weeds and definitely needs some tidying up, but it’s doing pretty well, considering. The Lambs Ears (above) are happy with their … Continue reading
Two weeks ago I went on a road trip with a friend who was good enough to do much of the driving. I finally got a chance to snap some shots of the amazing architecture that spans parts of the … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I took my camera to a rock and roll show. I’m happy my return was for Nick Procyshyn and the Bad Milk.
I’m back to work this week on a fine production from New Stages Theatre. The Pitmen Painters opens tonight (Friday, April 8 at 8pm at Market Hall) and I can’t wait to hear the first comments from the audience.
For those of you who don’t already know, my mom, Bernice Vincent, died on Friday, March 25th. You can read the obituary, a kind tribute by James Reaney, and an interesting article in the London Free Press. Or review her … Continue reading
It’s been grey and windy here in London over the last few days. There’s been some rain, too, but mostly just bluster.
It’s certainly been a while since I’ve posted. Needless to say, there’s been a lot going on that has kept me from my regular photo habit. I’ve still got a lot on my plate, but things are getting done and … Continue reading
At the encouragement of my room-mate, and with his generous donation of some Impossible Project film, I took mom’s old Polaroid camera out with me last weekend.