Welcome to my blog! Here I will share some of my favorite photos with stories about what they mean to me.  I will also occasionally share some stories that may not be directly connected to my photography, but that I hope you will find interesting none the less. Enjoy! 

Chipped China and Cups of Tea

March 31, 2014  •  5 Comments
I bought a new teacup for my small collection when I last visited the Earltown General Store. When I asked to see the small yellow cup in the showcase the store owner was quick to let me know there was a chip in it. “Oh”, I said, “well... I’ll take a look anyway”. I almost didn’t buy it. In fact, I left the store, went for a 6 km hike, and then sti...
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Christmas and The Nature-Loving Introvert

December 29, 2013  •  4 Comments
I made it through another Christmas. Whew.... bring on January! While Christmas is a favorite time of year for many, it is not on the top of my list. It just doesn’t really fit with my personality. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoyed my Nova Scotian grown Christmas tree with its decade old ornaments, balsam fir scent, and glow of pretty multi-colored l...
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Waiting for Winter

November 30, 2013  •  5 Comments
Winter is upon us. I am one of the few people who is waiting with anxious, giddy excitement for it to arrive. I can’t wait to bundle up in my warm winter layers. I look forward to the blanket of white that will cover the forests and my favorite hiking trails. I look forward also to the sound of a loud crunch as my hikers break through the first lay...
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Antique Archeology

November 01, 2013  •  3 Comments
This past summer I visited a few local museums. I loved every minute of my time in each of them. This post contains a few photos from my visits. They are photos I captured because I was drawn to not only the history of the items but to their character, and resilience. My favorite show on television is American Pickers. That may be surprising for s...
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Change Is Good

October 01, 2013  •  13 Comments
Autumn is the time of year when change is most obvious. We see it all over Nova Scotia. We see it of course in the landscape, when the leaves change color and fall to the ground. And we see it in some of the fishing villages, when inlets become clear of anchored boats in anticipation of the coming winter. Change seems to be more noticeable to peopl...
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