The weekend after chemo is always a little rough. Mild nausea, extreme fatigue, an overall feeling of "blech." But this being sixth (and last!) edition I know how to handle it, especially when it's rainy and I don't feel any guilt about not being outside or otherwise out & about.
The amount of trash people leave at Princess Louise Falls is downright disappointing. Now, if the City were to spend the funds to put a rubbish bin near the Falls, then it would probably result in an even bigger mess, as people would take those trash cans as license to leave even more crap behind.
Taylor Creek has been the photographic gift that keeps on giving for me in 2021. It makes for a great little afternoon getaway from home between Teams calls and there's always something to see. https://www.flickr.com/photos/emrold/51084781821/in/datetaken/
I wonder if it's a little like Kim's Convenience in there. Probably not. https://www.flickr.com/photos/emrold/51002831635/in/datetaken/
Today I got the chance to go on a (properly masked and distanced) photowalk today with my Flickr mate Dan Haug. Dan's the first "new" person I've spent time with in person in over a year, and I'm glad that we were able to meet up. https://www.flickr.com/photos/emrold/51014172087/in/datetaken-public/ We wandered around the ByWard Market and the … Continue reading 66/365 : Hi Dan!
There's this pair of birch trees in the park near my house that fascinate me, and I always gravitate back to them and try to capture their essence with different lenses. https://www.flickr.com/photos/emrold/50994636106/in/album-72157717668136528/ I love the combination of the white bark against a bright blue sky; there's something reassuring about that. Some days I relate to … Continue reading 60/365 : The therapy trees