The road in Alberta keeps us focused.
Downtown Calgary, iPhonely speaking.
Storm clouds in July.
The creepiness of a house ‘in transition’. Where there were people there now are none; where there was life, there is now only waiting. Memories of laughter float in the drafts even as anticipation echoes in the ether, pointing at what’s to come.
At the end of each day, something has always been achieved.
“It’s a walk in the park,” you say, and surely you are right.
Winter is but a few days away and here’s the view before it strikes. This is Glenmore Park in Calgary, before the snow flies.
The iPhone is a handy little gadget, which, on removal from my pocket becomes a weapon by which I unleash unexpected captures on an unsuspecting world.
As always, I thank you for your indulgence.