Monthly Archives: September 2017

Week 137 of chemo complete: Pausing for flowers

I’m finally getting over a cold that has been with me for the last week. I didn’t have the energy for extensive travel this morning and didn’t want to subject my fellow passengers to my coughing. So instead I went … Continue reading

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Week 136 of chemo complete: Adventures in Crippen Regional Park

Saturday morning I went back to Crippen Regional Park on Bowen Island. I love travelling on the ferry to Snug Cove, just watching the waves in the water while looking out for marine life. When I was taking my self-portraits, … Continue reading

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Week 135 of chemo complete: Quiet reflection on Bowen Island

Saturday morning I travelled to Bowen Island. I had checked the weather forecast for Vancouver and it said cloudy all day, so I figured that arriving on the 9am ferry would provide soft light through the clouds. Well, something went … Continue reading

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Week 134 of chemo complete: Made an owl friend in the forest

Friday evening I went back to Queen Elizabeth Park and found a quiet location for my self-portrait. I looked up and realized I was not alone, I was being watched by an owl, who just stared, without making a sound. … Continue reading

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Week 133 of chemo complete: Forests are magical places

Friday evening I travelled to Queen Elizabeth Park, one of my favourite places to visit. I had a concept in mind for my self-portrait and hoped that the forest area I chose would be a good location for catching light … Continue reading

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