Project 365 Photos: #49
While shooting in Gastown, I popped my head around a corner and instantly got an eyeful of the underbelly of Vancouver street life that’s always lurking on the edges. As I stood there taking photos, my heart broke as I watched the sad drug-addled souls suffering in the alley right beside me.
I was struck by the gritty portrait of the odd bearded man.
Project 365 Photos: #40
Have you tried to help a teenager with grade 11 math lately? Me neither!!!!! I know my limitations. My son is studying tonight, and I happened to spot his open textbook. I literally shuddered when I saw the words, “Your Turn”. This is stuff that I still have nightmares about.
Project 365 Photos: #37
It doesn’t happen often, but when it does, there’s nothing as fun as a PERFECT day skiing with the kids. It snowed buckets all week long, and the sun came out this morning, just in time for all of us to spend the day skiing…heaven!!!
Project 365 Photos: #34
I’m playing catch-up today. I was hit by the lovely Norwalk virus yesterday, so I was not really in the mood to photograph anything. Today I’m feeling a little better, so I couldn’t resist playing around with some studio (AKA: my bedroom window) shots.
Project 365 Photo: #22
All we need now is the four riders of the Appocolypse to emerge out of the fog. This is what you get in January in the BC’s lower mainland. Random foggy days. I shot this photo in Cloverdale while waiting for my daughter at the hair salon. It was 4:30 p.m. Ugh.
I can’t help it. I’m jealous of all the people waking up to sunshine and warm temperatures today!