January Squares – The Last Ones

… I can’t believe that January Squares  is over today

Thanks Becky for hosting this month’s square challenge about light. The light that comes through a greenhouse allows the public to enjoy flowers year round. 62E1ADB6-149D-42CA-A921-58EDC0C38A24641F3A6E-EAC6-4687-9604-DC5779E1ABEF

I’m sure a missed a few days so here are some more squares of light; twilight, coloured lights, and a back lit spaceman. EB67AE4A-0351-4F8B-A780-F7C644A336EC_1_201_a2E920743-8187-448F-9E6F-D94B161D633371583A9C-42CC-4E43-B97D-95EB622E6FB9

Which Way Photo Challenge – Sept. 6, 2019

…thanks to Son of a Beach for hosting the Which Way Photo Challenge

From the beach to steps in the playground, through a covered bridge, along a walkway, over a bridge, down the stairs, over a gravel path, down the path of the waterfall and biking in the neighbourhood.

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The Life of a Dead Tree

….recently featured at MOCA

Several weeks ago my daughter, daughter-in-law and I went to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Toronto. My daughter wanted to check out the zine show and I wanted to see the gallery. I’d never been to MOCA and the entrance fee was free that day….BONUS!!!IMG-3102
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The zine show was packed with young entrepreneurs, displaying and selling their tiny self published magazines.IMG-3110

In the main gallery, the show that was featured was called ‘The Life of a Dead Tree’ and it consisted of sections of a dead tree that had been taken down here in the city. There was an on going study of the tree and there were experts around the room that could answer questions that you might have about what you were seeing. I’m glad we took the time to ask questions because it made the display that much more interesting.

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The part that I found most interesting were the insects that inhabited the tree and were eventually the demise of the tree.IMG-3122
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When I saw the patterns on the next two photos I thought that they were done by humans as part of the art project. To my amazement the guide explained how the emerald ash borer had made these marks….beautiful but deadly.

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