Tag Archives: Canada

Destination: Iceberg Alley, Newfoundland

Alluring and majestic, the iceberg has been on my photographer bucket list for a long time. Over the years, I’ve been inspired by hauntingly beautiful images from friends and colleagues of these frozen sculptures of the sea. This summer, I had the opportunity to see their grandeur for myself while traveling through Newfoundland’s northern peninsula. Admittedly, our timing […]

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Newfoundland: Cabot Strait Triptychs

Last month my husband and I made the trek to western Newfoundland from northern Virginia. It’s a long drive (about 3 days) but I’m a seasoned road-tripper and once you get to Maine there’s no traffic. Imagine that, DC’ers! The final leg of the trip is crossing the Cabot Strait. It’s a 6-8 hour ferry ride from […]

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New Work: Discovering Downeast

If you want enjoy ocean views and the smell of balsam the easternmost point of Maine is the place to go. My husband and I just returned from a long weekend camping in Cobscook Bay State Park with our dog, Ollie, and it was wonderful. As an added bonus we were both forced to unplug […]

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Photo A Day: September

October begins next week? What happened to September? My apologies for not keeping up with the Photo A Day wrap-up’s this month, apparently I was out having too much fun and/or working really hard. In fact this fall has been unique in my household. My husband, in addition to his full-time job designing print and […]

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Photo A Day: June 17-21

Last summer I participated in an artist residency at Full Tilt Creative Center in McIvers, Newfoundland led by Colette Urban, a multidisciplinary artist and organic farmer.  I learned a lot from Colette, who decided to leave her teaching job early in order to move to western Newfoundland to start Full Tilt, an idea she’d had […]

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