Month: November 2014

Wave Break

One of the things I love about visiting other wharves is seeing how different the same components can be from harbour to harbour.  Given the lack of large boulders on the island, I’m always fascinated by places that have them in abundant supply.  I love the architecture of how these rocks are placed, like pieces of a puzzle:

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Photo 101 asked us to look for patterns and lines in architecture that would translate into black and white.  I usually prefer colour, but I do like how the rocks become more pronounced in the black and white version:

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Harbours on the Southwest Shore

This week I had the opportunity to visit several fishing harbours along the southwest shore of Nova Scotia.  They were bustling with the activity that comes the week before the lobster season opens.

Dennis Point

Port Mouton

Lunenburg

A man travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it.

George A. Moore

You know, when I sit in meetings and things are very tense and people take things extremely seriously and they invest a lot of their ego, I sometimes think to myself, ‘Come on, you know, there’s life and there’s death and there is love.’  And all of that ego business is nonsense compared to that.

Christine Lagarde