This Monday April 18th I will be at “A Taste of Woolwich” with a display of my photography. Come on out and say Hi and discover what tasty treats Woolwich has to offer. See the information below and follow the link to the poster. (one of my photographs is at the top of the poster.) Admission is Free!!
A Taste of Woolwich
Monday April 18, 5:00-8:00 pm,
Woodside Bible Fellowship, 200 Barnswallow Dr., Elmira
Meet your local food producers, buy and sample locally produced foods (cash sales only), see and buy work by resident artists, hear the Local Vocals. Featuring
· Stock Talk: Make nutritious bone broth from local ingredients by Jill Weaver – 5:30 pm
· Sounds of Woolwich: Enjoy the delightful harmonies of the Local Vocals – 6:15 pm
· What’s your “gut” feeling? Keeping your digestive tract healthy by Dr. Emma Allen-Vercoe – 7 pm
Everyone welcome! No charge. Donations welcome!
A Taste of Woolwich poster http://www.healthywoolwich.org/…/112069%20PHE%20HL%20Taste%…
Love the textures of old paint, bricks, windows, and ivy.
The location is Chemtura in Elmira, Ontario.
The stream train was heading back from Elmira to St. Jacobs and was about to cross Hwy 85. Dozens of cars were stopped and people were out taking pictures. I like the nostalgic look of the Black and White effect. The Waterloo Central Railway did a great job restoring this engine. If you are ever in St. Jacobs come and check it out!
Last night was the opening of my photo exhibit at the Woolwich Township Hall in Elmira. Thanks to all that came out and for your generous comments. The show will be on display till the end of January so let your friends know there is still time to see it.
This photo will be part of my first solo exhibit taking place Friday November 16th at the Woolwich Township Hall, 24 Church St. Elmira. Come out between 5:30 and 9:30 pm. There will be 21 prints on display. Refreshments and snacks! Looking forward to seeing you!
This is one I shot this past spring. The name Shadowfax comes from the Lord of the Rings. Shadowfax is a white horse that only Gandalf can ride. His horse will not tolerate a bridle or saddle, comprehends human speech, runs faster than the wind, and possesses extraordinary courage. I’m not sure what the actual name of this horse is but it thought it fit.
This picture will also be on display at the exhibit in Elmira.
This evening we put on display 18 of my photographs at the Woolwich Township Hall – 24 Church Street West Elmira, Ontario. I have titled this exhibit “Imagine” because it is a word that embodies the creative process from composing the photo to creating the image.