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The date was Saturday July 10th 2021. I was out for a walk in my favourite place, carrying my pocket Panasonic and looking forward to a peaceful stroll with a…

On a fall shoot out with a friend we came across this deteriorating gem in a field. It is astonishing to me how a trailer built of metal could collapse in its…

One day, after thousand years of relative harmony with nature, humanity choose to love a new God called MONEY. They destroyed the old God Nature and in the same…

Scenes from a burnt out garage. already standing empty a few months this garage was completly destroyed in a fire. Sadly for me they already cleared it out. But…

The bathroom in the apartment above me is being replaced. What it means for me is that an ongoing problem is now being permanently (we hope) fixed. However…

To all my ladies out there, I call you to take a stand. For too long have women played it nice. I wholeheartedly want to live more from my heart. Be more…

The aftermath of the Knysna fires. Almost a month ago the hot dry winds ignited fires in the forests around Knysna. The drought of the preceding months left…

I'm continuing to just binge type out my thoughts on some of my photography as I try to launch myself back into the art. This is a photograph of my friend Emma.…

Remember that wonderful house where we stayed a few years ago whilst waiting for our apartment to be ready? Well, it has been demolished and they are now…

A certain kind of wind came from the storm night before last around 3:30 a.m. and uprooted all four of our century old Oak trees in the back of house. Three…

"Don't you understand what I'm tryin' to say Can't you feel the fears I'm feelin' today? If the button is pushed, there's no runnin' away There'll be no one to…

I am extremely upset as I post this…several hours after I came home from photographing the aftermath of the Canucks loss. Thanks to the few hooligans that…

I have been off the internet for a few days due to circumstances beyond my control……. Mother nature has been a little ill-tempered. Southwestern Ontario was hit…

One can imagine the excitement of the grand opening of this business. Maybe it thrived and did well. But as times change, it is difficult to survive through new…

On several occasions, I have brought rubber mallet upon dish cloth to reset the banister. There are three obese people in our house since my younger brother…
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