Pencil Day

March 30th, 2019|119 Photographs in 2019|

For all the time I spend on a computer, I still love the feel of pencil on paper. Did you know that today is “Pencil Day”? I did not. At least i did not know this until today. And now [...]


March 15th, 2019|119 Photographs in 2019|

A fountain pen. A bottle of black ink.  A paper notebook. The feel of ink gliding from a metal nib. Old fashioned? Of course it is. Does it make me happy? Equally affirmative! Writing with a pen, on paper; one of those pure [...]

Hollyburn Peak

March 10th, 2019|119 Photographs in 2019|

Sometimes you have to make yourself wake up and remember that this is (literally) just up the road from where you live. Well, to be fair, drive up the road, park, put on the snowshoes, snowshoe winding trails through the [...]

Disappearing Technology

February 20th, 2019|119 Photographs in 2019|

First there were cassettes (that’s how far back my computer memories go), then there were floppies (of increasingly smaller sizes). Zip drives followed, then Jazz drives. CDs, then CDRs, then DVDs and DVDRs. Flash drives got bigger, and then the [...]


February 17th, 2019|119 Photographs in 2019|

A silent protest on the corner of Granville & Robson Street - Anonymous for the Voiceless: animals, environment, health. I’m not vegan, and I probably never will be, but I admire this group for demonstrating quietly and for peacefully showing [...]

“In science it often happens that scientists say, “You know that’s a really good argument; my position is mistaken,” and then they would actually change their minds and you never hear that old view from them again.

They really do it. It doesn’t happen as often as it should, because scientists are human and change is sometimes painful.

But it happens every day. I cannot recall the last time something like that happened in politics or religion.”

~ Carl Sagan

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