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A few days ago, Steph and I took on the challenge of a Toronto-to-Montreal-to-Toronto drive in one day. Despite the fact that my husband and I are two of the most entertaining and humorous people I know, eleven or so hours in a car requires a variety of diversions to maintain the sanity of the journeyers. Fear not! We emerged from this vehicular madness unscathed and on good terms. The images in this post are the photographic results of our trip.
Also, while I have your attention, I'd like to remind everyone that the opening reception for the Yellow House Gallery December Salon Show & Sale is a week away. It'd be great to see you there!
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Here's a little series I shot while waiting for Steph to pay for gas last night on our way back from Kitchener. He took me to see the cast of Whose Line is it Anyway? perform for my birthday. It was a fantastic show. Super funny! Thanks, Honey.
I recommend staying tuned to the blog these next few weeks. We have some exciting posts on the horizon - interviews of some truly inspiring artists, project updates, and several great exhibition reviews. There will also be some surprises and a smattering of funny/inspiring/informative/geeky links to keep you entertained.
Have a great day and enjoy.
This past weekend, the family and I enjoyed one of the last hot summer days at the Markham Classic Car Show. The boys spent their time drooling over muscle cars and horse-power while I sought out some exciting photographic opportunities.
We've been having a fantastic weekend here. Barbecue, World Cup, Super Moon, gardening, and lots of catching up on our sleep! There was also a bit of photography here and there, so I thought I'd share one of my ongoing projects with you today.
I am a big fan of creating personal photography projects and challenges to keep the creative gears oiled up and moving smoothly. Recently, I have been using my backyard as subject matter. I like it because it's relatively simple to get there and the natural light varies marvelously from day to day. The small size of the space forces me to work harder to create images that are innovative and more than the sum of their parts. Here are some of the resulting shots. I hope you enjoy them.