Saskatoon — Props pile up on the mat. Hamstrings ache in forward bends. Backs do not bend as they used to. Opening the body requires a trust easily assumed in warmer weather, carefully negotiated in winter. Boots are changed to ones lined with wool and thinsulate. Ones with deeply etched soles. Feet step gingerly on ice and proudly in deep snow, enjoying the crunch as innumerable crystals are crushed. Shoul...
Saskatoon — This morning when he kissed me goodbye he whispered in my ear, “It snowed.” and I could hear a little boy in his voice. When I crawled out of bed and came downstairs I saw the thin dusting of white i...
Toronto — Imagine this building, if you will, covered in icicles. Not the tiny, sharp, mundane ones that form on the eavestroughs of houses. No, these were mighty. Giants of their kind. As thick as your head, ...
#1No sign of rain. The June air feels heavy, and it is yet another sign of the tardy summer.
Perhaps winter is finally coming?
Clouds gathering over Britain's shores...
Dutch light really is something unique, especially to be found in the water rich Friesland
The best photos I never took.
There's a lot of mysticism surrounding the rain.
The mountains saved my life. They're my sanity. The forests saved my soul. They're my breath.
Overcast mornings are great. They mean it's time to go into the forest
Ditch the schedule, a show!
The old Blues
After the storm
Scattered showers, we've been waiting for you. #dtla #drought
It may rain for only a few minutes but the streets here will be overrun with water even then.
This June? Certainly a florist's cooler!
Rain in the desert is a thief.
Gale warning: "LAKE ICE EMBEDDED WITHIN WAVES COULD RESULT IN VERY DANGEROUS CONDITIONS FOR VESSELS ON WESTERN LAKE SUPERIOR."
After days in thick fog, we caught our first glimpse of the distance, the mountains and possibility of adventure.
Awake but I didn't know why. My alarm hadn't sounded and the room was dark, quiet save the humming of my fan.
Maybe, just maybe, we can start to believe in Spring.
Sun, water and not Spain 1
The trees, the trees, what remains of them makes the highest of mountains seem incredibly weak in the face of truth.
A south-east London sunrise
Winter's still having its way in Maine.
& then the sunshine returned
Has the rain finally stopped?
Another parking ban...
Dreary day at home today. The weather is atrocious, and that's not hyperbole. Wish I could see the sun again.
It's been a weird summer...
The overflow at Lodge Lake is doing a good job of diverting the recent heavy rainfall.
Mist over the Corvedale on Boxing Day, 2013.
I take a photo everyday, but today I brought this one with me.