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Whitehead

Snow is falling as I write. An hour ago the flakes were tiny and hesitant, now they are big and coming sideways at the window. They hang for a few seconds then begin to melt. Some bits streak straight downward while other remnants cling or wriggle slowly. An hour from now this snow will give way to rain.

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Wine Harbour

Wine Harbour

My daughter Hilary and I ended up in Wine Harbour at the end of a day spent driving around with our cameras. It was late in the afternoon when we arrived. I had a vague idea of where I wanted to go after a blog reader sent me a link to Facebook showing a photo she took (thank you Shelley). It showed the wharf from an angle I hadn’t even realized was possible because my previous visit had been in heavy fog. (more…)

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Dot's Place, Sonora

Earlier in the summer I cycled to Sonora. After reading my post a resident kindly offered me access to her property so I could photograph more of the area. For months it was in the back of my mind to return. The closest I came, until yesterday, was Wine Harbour when my daughter and I were out with our cameras. Finally, I made it. Dot welcomed me and said I could cross the lawn to gain access to the river – I guess it is still the river even though this would be all salt water so close to the ocean. She said she’s been enjoying great sunsets lately and I believe her, the property faces west with a perfect view across the water.

Dot's Place, Sonora

My thanks to Dot Mahar for sharing her lovely location.

Dot's Place, Sonora

While in the community I poked around a little more, always nosey and interested in finding more photo opportunities. (more…)

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