From October through to the end of January I took no photographs. I was uninspired and had no motivation. Life was full, there were other things going on, but little creativity. I believe we need to create to feel alive and present in the world, and that was missing for me. Early this month I felt that shift, partly through effort, but partly - I think - because life sometimes just ebbs and flows, moving to its own rhythm. Whatever the reason I'm back out with my camera.
A day in The Pinery, a provincial park close by. It's early February and there's no snow. The day was warm, the birds happy to be fed, and the colours more like fall than winter.
Deer in the Cemetery
A family of deer in an old cemetery. They live both there and in the ravine below. They are beautiful. It's peaceful just to be around them. They're not always visible but when they are it's a real gift.
I'm drawn to the colours of winter. And the wonderful soft light. I find it magical. These images were taken just before sunset two days ago at Kettle Point.
It's good to be back outside, seeing the beauty in the land around me, and getting lost in the making of photographs. It feeds my spirit. I hope you enjoy the images as much as I enjoyed taking them.