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Winning ways

We have winners. The odds were incredibly elevated for the book draw. Winners of the two books are Steph Y and Melanie W. Your books will be on their way this afternoon. For those who read last week’s post, these lovely ladies had their names drawn and the only ‘cost’ for the book is to write a […]

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spices from a million flowers

Stargazer lilies perfume the evening breeze. The soft mutterings of geese can be heard as they float along the beach below. The light is golden against the trees, pink against the horizon, and stretching shadows into thin comedies. Since welcoming Heidi to our home, life has become busier than that of a backyard bee, with […]

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From soft winds to movie night

I can’t help but think of this quote when I see Pearl’s contented look and how the wind is ruffling her hair, “And forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair”~ Kahlil Gibran. Not wanting to bore you all with my knitting, but […]

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Art: If no birds sang

“Use the talents you possess — for the woods would be silent if no birds sang but the best.” ~Henry Jackson Van Dyke    “The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.” ~Pablo Picasso “One can do such lovely things with so little.” ~Camille Pissarro I have been making […]

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Snow Angel

The canine version of making snow angels, for your viewing pleasure. (Even though the light is flat, sometimes it’s necessary to take the photo to capture the moment.) A spectator but non-participant: ~ ~ ~ Photographs Never Forget! If you would like me to take photographs of the precious moments with your pets, contact me […]

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Colour My World :: Grande Prairie Photographer – Dogs, Horses

Playing around with some colourful images from the archives. Enjoy. I love photographing horses whether they’re simply hanging out, showing off, or working. The same can be said about photographing dogs and people 🙂 This one was easy to capture. She’s our 11 year old Springer Spaniel. It doesn’t matter to her that the water […]

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