Berlin Schoeneberg

If you've followed my Facebook Page or my Instagram feed, you've probably seen these already and noticed that I've been away. I've had the awesome opportunity to travel to Berlin and spend much needed time with family and friends. Needless to say, there were endless photo opportunities every which way I've turned. I'd like to... Continue Reading →

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The Limestone City – Kingston, Ontario

I have just been inspired to share what I love about the city I live in. So even though I was compelled to be writing about other cities that I have lived in that without a doubt have been more exciting than the one I live in now (sorry, I'm from a major capitol in... Continue Reading →

Kingston City Hall All Lit Up

This was taken on January 19, 2018. City Hall has recently been lit up to mark certain special events. I am not sure if this is technically a good photo but I think it looks pretty spectacular.

Focus

So I've been happily writing for a few days on my new blog now. And somehow it doesn't seem too hard to crank out a few lines here and there. But really and honestly - I want this site to be about my pictures. I love the idea of mindfulness in and through photography, but... Continue Reading →

Candid

To be honest, every now and then there is a word where I just can't properly grasp the meaning of it (English is not my native language...). Candid is surely one of them. I know I've looked it up many times before but somehow it doesn't stick. So here it is again, even if only... Continue Reading →

Silence

While browsing WordPress, a photo challenge made me think of silence. Finding silent moments rarely happens in my daily life. But coming back to the winter retreat I just attended, I thoroughly experienced them. I really was away from it all. And it was a treat to travel with a friend that noticed the silence... Continue Reading →

New Year, New Ideas.

So I was away for a precious couple of days last weekend. 40 women, communal meals, cross-country skiing, snowy hikes and a bonfire at an Environmental Education Centre. To rejuvenate. To find ourselves in the middle of busy lives. This also echoed a sermon about "New Beginnings" I recently attended. That no New Year's resolutions... Continue Reading →

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