Those ears, though

I'll fully admit right off the bat: I know full well these aren't exactly great photos. Sure, there's not necessarily anything technically wrong with them; the ISO is alright, as are the focus and exposure. But they're not exactly visually fantastic. Not artistic or colourful or anything of that matter. But they mean a lot.... Continue Reading →

Writing update: June 2021

May was certainly an interesting month. Busy and stressful, but in a good sort of way. That's what happens when you buy a house. Between approval processes, appointments, packing, and everything else that comes along with buying and moving, I was left with limited mental and emotional energy—not to mention time—for my writing and photography.... Continue Reading →

Hoping for regrowth

Way back when COVID-19 made its way to Canada and we were sent to work form home the first time around, I made the choice to bring my work plants home with me. I could have left them in my office window, where they'd been flourishing up to that point, but I'd been worried they... Continue Reading →

My continuing love of macro photography

I don't know exactly when my love of macro photography started. I remember trying to get close-up photos of flowers and other things around the house using my old point-and-shoot digital cameras when I was younger, then later having slightly more success with the 18-70 lens that came with my first DSLR. Then I got... Continue Reading →

Writing update: May 2021

It's been a while, hasn't it? I missed last month's update. I've barely posted at all over the last little while. And, to be honest, I haven't gotten a whole lot of writing done, either. I haven't gotten much creative work done at all, outside of what I do for my day-to-day work. There's no... Continue Reading →

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