Tag Archives: Phoneography
How high? At 450 metres the sun was shining in a bluebird sky. Any higher? At 600 metres snow began to cover the road. At the highest? At 2,350 metres for 360 degrees the sun was a balmy 10 Celsius … Continue reading
To applaud Earth Day, I want to extol the beautiful corner of the Province of British Columbia where I live, as well as, draw awareness to the disappearance of the earth’s glaciers and to enter the Wild Weekly Photo Challenge … Continue reading
Cee’s fun foto challenge for this week is stairs. One of my favorite memories of walking the El Camino was spending the afternoon exploring the Templar castle in Ponferrada, Spain. I became so lost in the exploration of the castle when strolling … Continue reading
The old elm tree in the yard describes change very well. Year after year it shows its splendor through the changing of the seasons.
The swimming pool where I destress after work is closed for its annual yearly maintenance, so by Sunday I was in need of some exercise and connecting with nature. Saturday evening the ground was covered with a thin layer of fresh … Continue reading
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.
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