Projects. All kinds of ideas have drifted though my head and occasionally I would make a half-hearted attempt to start one. Without a home they withered and died. One project had a home on Flickr, and was completed. I did a 52 week project, can't imaging doing a 365! But Flickr's path has diverged from mine so I am establishing this blog as a new home for my projects. Perhaps this way they will grow and thrive.
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On my way out to Hidden Lake last Fall I crossed this bridge and determined to come back to this spot some time to take some pictures. The bridge itself is under repair so has scaffold scattered around, but the river from the bridge is beautiful. The sky was interesting when we set out from Salmon Arm and it looked like there might be a great sunset, but by the time we reached the bridge there was just this last gleam of sunlight before the rain took over.
As part of a project for the Salmon Arm Arts Centre I teamed up with local artist Eric Kutschker and trail guide Jay to document the Mt. Baldy trail at Sorrento. Yesterday we had a beautiful day for a walk up to the viewpoint and back around through the tall aspen that was just starting to leaf out.
One of the great things about Salmon Arm is the Fall Fair. Not only does it have the best photo competition/exhibition in the interior of B.C., but it also has fun events like the mini chuck wagon races.
My posting is as intermittent as usual. This will likely be the last of this particular series as the house is sold and we are soon to set off to a new location.
The past few evenings have had beautiful sunsets but I was otherwise occupied. This evening I was able to get out, but the sunset didn't cooperate. I did, however, find a cow.
Another shoot this past weekend with the Hobos with Nikons. A number of us took advantage of an invitation to visit the Central Freemason's Hall in Edmonton, a beautiful brick building from 1930. As much as I like the building, I think the library is my favorite part. Just reading the titles on the spines was fascinating.
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