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Continualy Amazed

After a visit to the park one evening we were trying to load everyone in the van, and what caught my eye were hundreds of tiny insects of different kinds caught in the distant rays of sunlight shining through some … Continue reading

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Working it Out

The sound of the gravel road is left behind and all that is heard is the gentle whirr of the derailleur as the bicycle glides onto a grassy trail that disappears into green foliage ahead.  The seldom used tractor trail … Continue reading

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Freeman Patterson

Freeman Patterson talks about his early years, his photography, and his surviving two liver transplants in a recent interview with Paul Kennedy on the CBC program Ideas. “What you choose to photograph says something about you the photographer.  How you … Continue reading

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Let’s be cirrus for a moment.

My wife  and I decided to go out for a bike ride one evening after supper recently.  There were clouds in the west that looked a little threatening, but they were far away and we weren’t going very far.  We … Continue reading

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The End of an Era

Well today is a marked occasion in the artistic life of Paul Miller, the once stoic proponent of 35mm film has finally purchased a Digital SLR.  I know, I know, I’m around twenty years behind the rest of the world, … Continue reading

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