When the light is right, National Gallery of Canada edition.Continue reading →
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On the cusp of autumn, the days get crisp, and the light gets right. Welcome to the best time of the year.Continue reading →
One thing I love about living where I do is the ability to hop on my bike and within 10 minutes of easy riding be immersed in a totally rural landscape, with working farms, rolling hills, stately country homes, and blissfully quiet roads, both paved and gravel.
Yesterday morning I decided to head out to the eastern fringes of Ottawa’s territorial boundary at Canaan Road. A little headwind on the way out translated into a nice tailwind on the way home. Perfect.
I always take my “proper” camera with me when I go for these kinds of rides, especially if the weather and the light are cooperative.Continue reading →