Category Archives: Phonegraphy
Jake at Jakesprinter Sunday Post has chosen “entrance” for his weekly photo challenge. Using nature as a catalyst, my photos of “entrance” feature wood and rock.
‘The imagination is the spur of delights … all depends upon it, it is the mainspring of everything; now, is it not by means of the imagination one knows joy? Is it not of the imagination that the sharpest pleasures … Continue reading
In response to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge, this past Saturday I was once again walking along the rail lines. This time, the rail line was along the Bull River in the East Kootenays.
The amazing architecture of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain is all about curves and will also apply to Cee’s next fun foto challenge of lines. Enjoy the beauty of this magnificent structure. Read about my visit to Bilbao here.
Ailsa’s over at Where’s My Backpack has chosen “time” for her travel theme. When I climb the hill to the top of the butte, this tree and bench say it is time to sit and rest a while, admire the … Continue reading
The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge is Future Tense. On a beautiful bluebird sky Sunday afternoon, I was at the right place at the right time to photograph the train as it approached the spot where I was waiting. The … Continue reading
What started as a search for an eagle nest near the Cherry Creek confluence with the Kootenay River ended up as a peek into abandoned buildings and wondering what it was like to live in the area some fifty years … Continue reading
Ailsa over at Where’s My Backpack has Green as the weekly travel theme. With warming temperatures and the moisture in the rock and ground and hidden from the sun, the moss is very green and it is sending out spores … Continue reading
Let’s Be Wild photo theme # 23 is Spring. Although the calendar says Spring, here in the East Kootenays of BC, it will be at least another month (usually around Mother’s Day in May) before the hillsides burst into bloom. On … Continue reading
The Daily Post photo challenge for this week is Lunchtime. On the EKOC hike on the Dewdney Trail, we had a wonderful lunchtime spot at 1000 metres in between the hills, out of the wind with views of the surrounding … Continue reading