My Facebook and Twitter feeds this week have included the thoughts of many people who have been openly debating the likelihood that they will not vacation in the United States for the next four years. In addition, some of my former academic colleagues in Canada are rethinking their […]
Two snails (which may be Helminthoglypta dupetithouarsii) have taken up residence in the bird of paradise plant on my patio. They are helping me to figure out how to use the macro feature on my camera because they pose for me! I used my Olympus Digital Camera OM-D E-M10.
Today I realized that some people view the people who joined the Women’s March as whiners and misandrists. They think we are sore losers, or people who didn’t vote and now regret it. They think we hate men. They don’t understand what has got us all so upset. This […]
Here are some of the cuddly and friendly furry people who were in San Jose for the 2017 FurCon: Further Confusion.
On Saturday, I went for a walk in the rain with my camera. I took lots of pictures of wet things and was looking forward to seeing my images of raindrops on roses and ripples in puddles. As soon as I got home I linked my camera to the […]
David Andrews, aka @davetheaxe, is angry. He is very frustrated because we don’t all know how to use traffic circles in Edmonton. He wants someone, anyone, to put up signs explaining how they should be used correctly, and he said so on #yegtraffic, the Twitter stream dedicated to […]
These are some of the many murals decorating the retaining wall at the upper end of the trail alongside Kinnaird Ravine in Edmonton, Alberta. Images from the trail and of the North Saskatchewan River.