Mindfulness Challenge Week 15: Awareness

Art Everywhere There is potential for art in so many places. In the winter months (and in Northern New Brunswick, it still looks very winter-y outside my window!), I find this most challenging.  Gardens and beaches and backyards are my go-to for photography.  While there are plenty of beautiful possibilities in the snow, I muchContinue reading “Mindfulness Challenge Week 15: Awareness”


I love these old iron fences surrounding equally old buildings in the downtown area of Kingston. It was only after composing the shot that I noticed the broken piece I had focussed on.  I like that this repeated pattern is imperfect, that the attempt at order has been thwarted. Life’s like that.

Abstract in the Woods

Below the trees, where the light barely reaches, the melted snow had created a small pond.  Part ice and part water, the trees reflected here and there. It is a natural abstract.

Two Tin Tubes

At the bottom of the steep hill that is Fort Henry, there are random (to me, anyway) construction items resting on the grass. These two warped and rusted culverts may have been used at some time; to me, they were a photo opportunity.

Art in the Bathroom?

You just never know where you can find art. Three facecloths, rolled and placed the lid of a decorative box, become a simple subject for photos.  I decided it was time to update my original facecloth photo (which sold quite well on Etsy):so I made a few shots of these plain facecloths.  Q-tips, cotton balls,Continue reading “Art in the Bathroom?”

Chocolate Fix

It is good to have something to look forward to each day. For me, it is coffee and chocolate in the afternoon. It’s such a little thing (and so bad for me – has to be milk chocolate!), but it makes me happy.  No matter what else happens during the day, I have that littleContinue reading “Chocolate Fix”