This year’s Rust Magic Street Mural Festival in Edmonton contributed two huge murals to walls on 118th Avenue. One is at the Edmonton District Family Support Association and the other is at Optimum Auto Service. In addition, a few other small street murals popped up at the Carrot […]
When you go to a museum with old people, you don’t see artifacts, you see memories. I had the pleasure of visiting the Innisfail Historical Village yesterday in the company of a busload of people on a summer outing from the North Edmonton Seniors Association. We […]
While walking on 103rd Avenue in Edmonton, I came across a wonderful collection of murals on a cinderblock structure by the service entrance to the Bell Tower high rise office building. I don’t know what the structure is for, but it is large, rectangular, and has no windows […]
National Aboriginal Day in Canada is today, June 21, 2017. These pictures were taken near my home in Edmonton and show an art installation including a Giving Tree and several murals. The images and words are both sad and hopeful, grieving and rejoicing. I came away with an […]
You’ve heard of the glitterati (rich and famous people who walk on red carpets), and you’ve heard of the Illuminati (mysterious secret society people who think they know something we don’t). Then there are the literati (well-educated types who read books), but, have you heard of the litterati, […]
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.
Here are some of the cuddly and friendly furry people who were in San Jose for the 2017 FurCon: Further Confusion.