This is only one of a few shots I got of a truly beautiful sunrise over Mt. Cheam this past week or so.
For this shot, I used the sharpen feature, cropped the image and finally used the ‘watercolor pencil’ filter.
I love the result. It has the feeling of a hand-colored sketch.
The kids were out. Mark and his mother had gone to Chilliwack Senior Secondary School’s 1950-2013 final reunion before it’s torn down to make way for the new school.
I was sitting here alone, blogging my daily posts on the other sites, when I heard a loud bang like an… Continue reading
This is amazing.
Department of Natural Resources (DNR) responded to a call from Ian Waugh of Antigonish to report a fawn and its mother trapped on thin ice on Antigonish Harbor, Nova Scotia. The first visit was unsuccessful as it was immediately apparent that the ice was too thin and… Continue reading
Unfortunately, Stuart lost control, did a 360 in his car on a curve on Chilliwack Lake Road, and crashed backwards into a telephone pole.
According to Stu, he started to skid on the gravel, paniced, his mind went blank, and he did the wrong thing trying to correct and get… Continue reading
A couple of days ago, I discovered a sad, pleading post from an old family friend, who was lamenting about the long winter season and quantity of snow still on the ground where he lives in northern Ontario.
So, being the shallow, gloating braggart that I am, I immediately commented… Continue reading
I noticed this post my daughter put on her Facebook page, and it reminded me of all of the drama and trials surrounding fishing, hunting and camping that caused me to not like any of them as I grew up.
Who’s to blame? The men in my life! My darling,… Continue reading
I’m usually the crazy fanatic running around the house snapping pictures of Mt. Cheam, but a little of my craziness appears to be rubbing off on my dear Mark.
I was sitting drinking my morning coffee this morning when I hear Mark shout, “Where’s the camera?”
“Why?” I asked, only… Continue reading
Here’s another shot taken of Mt. Cheam just as storm clouds were moving on and clear skies were appearing over the horizon.
This view from our rear deck is amazing because it’s constantly changing and presenting something new for me to photograph.