- Ste Adele, Québec, Canada
- June 28
- Internationally exhibited Photographer/Documentary filmmaker, Sculptor, Dowser, Scrabble enthusiast, Geomancer, Iatromant, gourmet chef
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December 01, 2013 12:51AM
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- The Fart... my 1st attempt @
November 09, 2013 01:00AM
- Sunset caption Challenge
November 03, 2013 03:20AM
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- “You know how to write
and you know how to live by
December 03, 2013 01:23AM
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December 03, 2013 01:21AM
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every mountain and wanting to
her on mountain tops
December 03, 2013 01:20AM
- “How do you get the old
code if it is not
December 03, 2013 01:18AM
- “Catch a wave and your
sitting on top of the
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I am on a nostalgic bender this morning . I have just come across three old songs that were the influencing foundation blocks of my life back in the seventies. I would have to say today, the internet and YouTube are fantastic because I got to hear these… Read full post »
1When I find myself in times of trouble, mother Mary comes to me,
speaking words of wisdom, let it be.
There is a road leading into the mountain in the Laurentians, about an hour north of Montréal, called Loup Garou. This translates as Werewolf. Being an X-Filer even before there was X- Files, I naturally set out to figure out the basis of this name. (There are no base… Read full post »
… Read full post »Proofreading is a dying art, wouldn't you say?
Man Kills Self Before Shooting Wife and Daughter
This one I caught in the SGV Tribune the other day and called the
There are faces on the trunks of olive trees
because olive trees are alive
they are life, they are the life-giver
I am all alone in the orchard
all their attention is on me
BELOW: Music to watch these images with.
With so much death and so little to look forward to, our victories pale in comparison to the regenerative nature of Springtime. Here's looking to a future where the best memories are still written in stone, gracing the landscape; hope of a distant heaven our on… Read full post »
Above is a revised 16x9 version...sorry about that! It does have a few more personalized images added to the sequences.
COOL STORIES FOR WHEN THE PLANET G… Read full post »
Lemons are everywhere. I’m on the Peloponnese, the epicentre of lemon-trees (“oh, so pretty”) of all Greece. I while away time in the lemon groves until my flight home to Montrèal next weekend.
I find out that lemons come in more than the fa… Read full post »
I come to Aphrodisias to find Aphrodite
to find love to find beauty to visit
the great lady
A goddess of the first order
a sister of Zeus, the mother of us all
of… Read full post »
Pamukkale is Turkish for “Cotton Castle” and refers to an otherworldly geological miracle in the heartland of Anatolia, a world-heritage site that is visited by millions of tourists annually. It is a cascading sequence of snow-white calcium-deposit —travertine&m… Read full post »
Mosaics were the original form of Pointillism.
I met a gentleman on the beach the other day and we were talking about progress and how everything has changed yet again over the last thirty years mostly in terms of housing. He was telling me th… Read full post »
During this St-Patrick's week I have been searching for four-leafed clovers trying to bring good-luck to the people of Japan in their troubled times. I was somehow hoping I could prevent a total meltdown of their nuclear reactors and stop the fall out or anything else castas… Read full post »
After a series of mishaps that reshaped my current plans to start my journey home, I land back in Turkey. A freak and totally unseasonal sea-storm prevented my passage to Kos, causing me to miss my cheap flight to Athens and lose the tickets as well. I take… Read full post »
A young girl and the original "babe" Medusa in Didyma
Turkey is finally ready for its close-ups. In the past, in its glory days as the epicenter of two successive empires (the Byzantine and the Ottoman), it had been on the front-burner of world-dominance for mo… Read full post »
Creating art from found objects, especially driftwood, has been an expression of human creativity for as long as busy hands have needed something to do, for as long as something aesthetically appealing was needed to enhance a dwelling’s interior, for as long as som… Read full post »
Once again, The Washington Post has published the winning submissions to its
yearly neologism contest, in which readers are asked to supply alternate
for common words..
The winners are:
To wander in challenging landscapes has always been one of my favorite pastimes. All over Turkey, the terrain is spectacular and the varieties of landscape vary greatly between valleys. It calls out to me on many levels because these lands have… Read full post »
Spring. A magic word. A loaded word. The theme of much poetry, the engine of romance, the fuel of rebirth. It all begins as raindrops on delicate petals of wildflowers, the wonders of nature, the inspiration of artists from all the ages.… Read full post »
LIFE IS GOOD IN BODRUM’S FARMERS’ MARKETS
Just about every week-day is market-day on the Bodrum Peninsula. Monday in Güvencirlik, Wednesday in Ortakent, Thursday in Bitez, Friday in Bodrum town as well as Konaçik. A moveable feast of own-g… Read full post »