Today, the Lillooet river was choked with ice floes and the heron at one of the inflow channels looked very forlorn waiting for a feed of fish. I had no urge to rush to the edge as I had when I was a kid. We were warned early on that the river was unpredictable and … Continue reading River Dunk
Our photographers share their images - every weekend - wordlessly. And that's as it should be. An offering. A moment of quiet, stillness, contemplation. For you to interpret as you will. But I couldn't help, in the thick of flu season, but see the offerings of nature in Dave Steer's images today, of snow-cloaked rosehips, … Continue reading The medicine you seek. Dave Steers captures snow-cloaked rosehips in the thick of flu season.
The recent cold spell caught me unprepared for the many photo opportunities it offered; the day after I noticed the shimmering sheath of frost on the branches along the path leading to One Mile, the snow commenced and fell until the branches bent and shed their glory. (Fortunately, the feathery frost world has captured my … Continue reading Ice
It's cold. But I will take the cold any day over grey drizzle. I love the depth and layers in this photo. It warms me from the inside out.
Amie said she was a bit short on inspiration this week, so she went for a walk around One Mile Lake, and found enough inspiration to spread around in spades with a series of snowscape photos. It reminded me of a quote I read earlier from the artist Morley, thanks to Kalmia Hockin: "We … Continue reading When snowflakes amass, amazing things happen
Gary and I worked together for 4 years at Origin Design - I did words, he did design. We had a running banter about what was most important. Today, he wins. No words needed.