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Over winter, the local fire services burnt the bushland behind my home to mitigate against possible larger fires in the summer. It's now regenerating before our…

Last night we got the chance to go to this year's Wassail led by Leominster Morris dancers at an orchard outside a village a few miles away.

everyone in the northeast woke up this morning to some frigid temperatures.. we were prepared.. last night, i got the chicken coop buttoned up as tight as i…

These images were taken using the Lensbaby Trio28. It's a manual lens so it's taking me a minute to get used to it. It's not easy trying to focus on an area…

i love getting up before sunrise when everything is silent and the air is brittle.. tossing a piece of hickory in the stove, sitting with a cup of coffee and a…

"Oh look - there's a hook and ladder truck..." as BIG Chicago Fire TV show fans, we were excited until... it stopped right in front of our hotel. "Uh-oh..." …

Okay, I could just go outside and shoot the thermometer, but I've done that before (and Lee did the same thing, but different). Or I could shoot some hot liquid…

Sometimes you have all the time in the world to set up a shot and other times you have seconds to find it. The more I have been using film the quicker I'm…

This will be the last weiner roast if we don't get rain as fire bans will probably be put on soon. During March we had less than 1/4" of rain and so far for…

Yesterday afternoon I went back to the scene of the fire (see previous post) that ravaged five of the buildings in the historic Market area of Ottawa. To my…

A fire broke out this afternoon in the attic of a well-known restaurant in the Byward Market. Fortunately no one was hurt, unfortunately several heritage…
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