In spite of the fact that 2020 wasn’t much liked, I was able to take a few decent photos. Some were more popular than others, and here are some of those, again. I didn’t necessarily take these photos in this order or during those months; they just match better. 🙂
Here are the first six of your 2020 favourites.
Into the light.
University of Toronto heritage building.
Toronto’s CN Tower and a super-moon.
How can you not adore me?
Happy Monday; happy week. 🙂
Getting out right now …
near Red Earth, Northern Alberta
… isn’t much of an option, so here are some of my favourite views.
Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
The warmth and soft air of Dominican Republic,
Tofino, British Columbia
and the tang of Tofino’s salty Pacific song are remembrances of lovely past travels.
Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories
And right next to where I work, a tranquil autumn view of Great Slave Lake.
Penticton, British Columbia
Happy week. May good memories sustain you and keep you.
A dramatic northern summer sunrise …
… accentuated by the short distance it travels at this time of year.
I’m not far enough north for “midnight sun” but our twilighty darkness only lasts about five hours.
Greetings from the powerful summer sun of the north. 🙂
Here in the north, we have had a lot of rain over the last couple of days. We are finally drying out with a misty sun.
Happy Friday, happy weekend from the Northwest Territories. 🙂