- Ste Adele, Québec, Canada
- June 28
- Internationally exhibited Photographer/Documentary filmmaker, Sculptor, Dowser, Scrabble enthusiast, Geomancer, Iatromant, gourmet chef
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Well, I guess my Butterfly Tomato did what it was supposed to do, it went under metamorphisis and became red. If you check back on a previous post, you will see it was so green and hard the last time I published it here. Personally I never… Read full post »
Due to falling prices in produce, farmers create edible Rorschach test. R
As a child the first thing I encountered that seemed to be magical was the kaleidoscope. For me, it was one of the first marvels of modern technology, thinking back about it.The Kaleidoscope played it's part in my life and I imagine many of us shar… Read full post »
Well it's that time of year again..When mother nature sheds her coat in the most spectacular manner. As a photographer I try to make photographs continuously even though years ago I thought making foliage shots was merely for beginners. Wel… Read full post »
So sorry here. It seems that I cannot get the video from youtube to embed here, so here is a… Read full post »
This is a shorter version of the visual poetry. I have another version with different music in the link below. Hope everyone has a great month of September!
trees should be obscene and not herd.
Honey, have you seen my shirt?
Visual Poetry is something that is really hard to achieve. I think I finally managed it here with this delightful collection of wild flowers and just the right music.
As many of you know my camera from last winter took a fall and split open. After visting the temple… Read full post »
Is that a tuber or are you just glad to see me?
People born before 1946 were
The Greatest Generation.
People born between 1946 and 1964 are called -
The Baby Boomers.
People born between 1965 and 1979 are called -
People born between 1980 and 2010 are called -Ge
I was leaving my house yesterday to go swimming and found my neighbor was removing the OLD Pine tree from her yard. I could not desert this Grand Old Tree going down , so I stayed and filmed it. Later I… Read full post »
"Today's featured Antique Rat Show item is in mint condition..."
&nbs… Read full post »
In a world...where time ... chases its own tail ... one dog ... defies the laws of nature ... and wins.
"Doggone Dogged Persistence for the Win!" or "Muddy Motivated Maggie Makes Magnificent Monster Moves one Muggy Mornin… Read full post »
"Are you sure we have to go all this way for a dog bone?"
Algis, "So many tombstones, so little time."
This image is from my Cartoon Cemetery Polaroids .I made a few dozen of these back in the late ninties. I found that by drawing on the Polaroid as i… Read full post »
Hey, you chickens! Come on out, the water's fine!
I don't know if I can hold out till it blinks.
"Listen Grasshopper!" :-)
Um, God ? Can you at least tell me which of these plants is poison ivy? Bellwether Vance
Thanks so much everyone for these wonderful Lines. I had good chuckles with many of them . In the end i chose Bellweathers because as a boy along side the kennebec river in… Read full post »
On the Montreal evening news recently was a story about how America was spending millions of dollars luring Canadians south of border to spend their tourist dollars there. They were doing this with extraordinary multicultural videos showing off the vast amount of things to… Read full post »
Into the Mountains
Much as I have loved being based in Montréal for the last three decades, I have moved away from it. I am now living just outside Ste-Adéle —about an hour north of the city, in the heart of Québec's Laurentian play-… Read full post »
Come with me
now that the sun will stand still
to signify the start of another cycle
the first day of a monumental journey from summer
Come with me
now that water reflects sky
and Narcissus falls in love yet again… Read full post »
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