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Nomadic Massive …

My throat is scratchy, my eyes are a bit blood shot and my feet are heavy … but it was the reminder of the vitality and spent energy that comes from those moments that you just know – even as they’re unfolding – that they are moments you’ll remember. My…

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The French River, Ontario

Today the sun shone and the warmth in the air gave a hint of the summer months to come … so it seemed a natural fit to blog about one of my favourite places in the world, the French River in the Georgian Bay region of Ontario. I’m lucky to…

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just a hint from Haiti …

I was so very lucky to return to Haiti for 3 weeks in February … a country difficult for me to sum up, except to say that it’s love.  a place of incredible strength. soul and pride. There are more photos to follow, but … here is a hint. of just one of Haiti’s little…

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Organic Bloom Frames at Visual Hues Studio!

One of our new-years’ resolutions was to focus on how to showcase your photos … with the transition to digital technology, often times beautiful photographs remain on external hard-drives, mobile phones or a laptop and PC.  Luckily for us, we discovered the beautiful and unique craftsmanship of Organic Bloom. We’ve…

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Surfacing …

As Janet alluded, the months have slipped quickly by … and at last, a reprieve to share some of the beautiful moments that have unfolded over the autumn season. I’m approaching the 6-month anniversary mark of joining Visual Hues, and it has been a time of incredible learning and supportive…

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"I have a dream …"

Today marks the anniversary of Martin Luther King’s speech, that spoke of hopefulness, peace, non-violence and equality for all. This week Canada lost a leader who has reminded us that “… love is better than anger. Hope is better than fear.” But sadly these visionary leaders have passed us by….

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four strong winds

One thing that is nice about returning home, particularly to a place I’ve been a stranger to, means connecting again with your family. Not having to withstand time-zones, airport transits or long journeys to meet. To simply, and with ease, see each other often and to familiarize yourself again with…

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ayiti, cheri

Those who know me, know that my face changes and my eyes light up when I talk about Haiti; the country I spent the last year working, growing and changing in. And it was largely due to the good people who came into my life – some friends, some strangers…

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