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As a personal challenge, I dug out my Mamiya 67 this summer. The results are certainly not better than digital but different and very definitely take more…
posted on Sept. 26, 2016
We went for lunch at a pub along a peaceful Mississippi River in Almonte only to discover that a "green" project dynamo is being installed contrary to the…
posted on Aug. 09, 2016
A walk down the Kingston Line
We went for a walk down the Kingston Line as far as the swamp and back, noting the changes in light as we went...
posted on Aug. 06, 2016
People in Bretagne
Often I am accused of never taking any people shots so herewith proof that people in France do indeed exist in my world.
posted on Aug. 02, 2016
Megaliths at Carnac
Our last stop of the Quiberon day was to see the megalith stones at Carnac. These stones were set in their places 5,000 - 7,000 years ago and still remain to…
posted on July 29, 2016
En route to Quiberon, Bretagne
As my friend had been attending a wedding, she had not seen much of the ocean so we set out for a coastal drive along the Baie de Morbihan towards Quiberon.
posted on July 24, 2016
The Old City of Vannes
More from the old medieval city of Vannes, Bretagne...
posted on July 23, 2016
Vannes was where we spent the most number of nights as it was close to the venue of the wedding that my friend was attending. A smallish city on the coast, it…
posted on July 20, 2016
Port Novalo, Bretagne
After dropping my friend at the church in Sarseau where she attended a beautiful wedding, I continued down the isthmus to the very end in Port Novalo where I…
posted on July 17, 2016
Les Moulins du Duc
After we left St-Malo we headed southwest towards Pont Aven. Our hotel was very near Pont Aven in Moelan-sur-Mer but its setting was so beautiful and restful…
posted on July 16, 2016
Mont St-Michel landscapes
Once up at the top of Mont St-Michel, the view over the edge was stupendous. The tide was out and the patterns in the sand were wonderful.
posted on July 14, 2016