Sweating it out under high humidity. Watching columns of dark clouds traverse the sky. Darting from one building to the next as it rains sideways. Cleaning up after the birds in the barn. Trying to keep the tent tied down. All the while maintaining the most amazing sense of humour. Staying positive. Looking forward to the ceremony. To the party. Watching smiles grow wider as each guest arrives. The number of embraces multiplying. Don't sweat the small stuff. Enjoy everything else. That's the best thing you can do.Read More
The summer of 2016 was a summer of drought. A summer of heat. Yellowed grass, parched lakes and rivers reduced to streams.
That began to change in late September / early October. There is a type of rain that is undoubtedly a herald of fall. It feels different. Smells different. Leaves start to change and there is a bite to the air. The number of pies in local markets increases exponentially (this is an important fact that can't be left out). I'd become accustomed to forecasts that focused solely on temperature records - not forecasts that included a chance of precipitation. [continued ...Read More
Moving forward my hope is that I'm able to document more days like this one. Earlier in the season I had photographed Mike & Leslie's wedding at the Halifax Seaport Farmers Market. A couple of months later I found myself at the home of Mike's parents. John and Margo would be celebrating their anniversary and renewing their vows. Click on the post title to read more . . .Read More