It's 1994 and I'm 32 years old. Cruising along with my doctorate, living in Ottawa and spending some time in Toronto during the summer while my parents are away. Apartment living in Ottawa got pretty buggy at times, and my parents' empty house was a welcome respite. Also, the spacious Toronto Reference Library had The Collected... Continue Reading →
Here's a funny one from my past. The pic was taken sometime in the 1970s. I used to ski at this place almost every winter weekend, and during March Break. I was also a huge Trek fan, back when there was only one Trek, and maybe the cartoon. So here's my childhood attempt to add... Continue Reading →
Here's one I took last summer, near Port Hope Ontario. This was a second attempt. The first time around a stunning sunset was hitting the barn, surrounding fields and water tower. Much to my chagrin on returning home, I found that my SD card had munched it. I think the problem was that I either... Continue Reading →
Here'a a pic i took a few summers ago. No photo editing re the three suns, btw. It just happened that way. I woke early in the morning and there it was.
https://soundcloud.com/earthpages/ursa-major-minor A quick sketch of a melody/tune that came to me after seeing the big and little dippers in the dark countryside, by Lake Ontario... I may evolve it some day.. The two musical phrases are seven notes each, just as there are seven stars in each of the constellations... While looking at the stars... Continue Reading →
At the end of the summer I stumbled across this old barn on a country drive. It was a fantastic sunset with a rippled effect over the fields. I took several shots but all the files came out corrupted, probably cos I didn't format the card properly. So I go back and take this. Nowhere... Continue Reading →
Felt really sterile in the city today, so we took to the countryside. After this photo, I took some (seemingly) amazing shots of an old barn with the setting sun on it. But when I got home, all I saw was funny squiggles and empty folders where the pics should have been. The joys of... Continue Reading →