The cherry on top, for me, is a photograph that I didn’t see coming. For instance, one afternoon I spotted a black bear eating grass at the side of the road. While shooting, I noticed she looked over her shoulder… Read More ›
Weekly Photo Challenge
These don’t always come in threes, but sometimes they do….. Trio
Taking care when I photographed this set of sap ‘tears’. They are deceptively fragile.
Some boundaries are fixed and permanent. Others are fluid and transitory. Here, a creek filled with mud from a slide merges with the crystal clear Lardeau River.
One of the most subtle and nuanced ‘boundary’ is the space around an animal. Outside that invisible boundary – a comfort level. Inside that boundary – attack and defend.
Some change is subtle and slow, some change is dramatic and fast. These qualify for the latter category I believe. Avalanche! Change
There is a saying around these parts, and it appears around most parts, of the country – If you don’t like the weather…wait five minutes. Change
Here is my monochrome moment. Not altered at all. Can you guess where and what it is? Monochromatic