“Do all the good you can, in all the ways that you can, to all the souls you can, in every place you can, at all the times that you can, with all the zeal that you can, as long as you ever can.” – John Wesley I’ve just received news that someone I greatly …

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Inspiration from other blogs continues….on her blog, Katie’s Camera Blog (check it out here), Katie Johnson posted a photo upside down. This inspired me to look at some of my raindrops and turn them upside down to see if I could see things from a different point of view. This one is my favourite so …

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We are fortunate having two small local museums within walking distance of our home. The site we visited today is called the Bradley Museum. It is nestled in a residential area on a green space that has a wonderful path to the lake. There are 3 buildings which have all been moved to this location and restored. …

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I’ve just learned a wonderful lesson in blogging – photos can and do disappear between creation and deliverance of a post…oh well. On October 1st,  I began a wonderful project photographing the tree at the end of our street. Quite simply, it is the most amazing tree in the neighbourhood. Some years ago, a stately …

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It’s been the greatest gift in photography to be surprised by the results of getting out and shooting. I have said before that working too hard, overthinking the subject, seems to complicate the end product. The photos that I love are the ones that were surprises. Photos that were intended to be of one subject, usually …

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This summer, I decided to enter a couple of photo contests. I shot pretty high, I have to admit. I went with My Shot through National Geographic and Cottage Life’s annual photo contest. The National Geographic entry was not about me classifying myself along side some of the world’s greatest photographers; instead, I have other people’s submissions and have …

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