still learning @jonsjournal
to love our forests
Taillight, moonlight, twilight
From an evening spent canoeing last summer
Due to a leg injury in November I spent about three weeks mostly sitting down, viewing the world from the windows of my parents house. Here are two photos from a quiet afternoon. My favourite rocking chair. For the curious: I took a tumble at gymnastics that resulted in a broken tibia and fibula. I had to get plates and screws and yeah. It’s been seven weeks though and I’m just about walking so things are looking up.
I like to give my camera to friends because fun things happen. These were taken by Devon through his sunglasses
Luis in the lake
Walking home from the lake one warm summer night 💙
A self portrait with sunlight @jdeebo inspired
Dad, from a camping trip last summer
something about this time of day
From a paddle on Lake Ontario back in September. Very thankful to live in a lakeside town
Streetlights, our attempt to mimic the moon
Kingston, photos from a neighbourhood walk
Looking back at hwy 17 on Lake Superior, north of Sault Ste Maria. Driving through Ontario is a wild ride. May 2019
Bow River, Banff National Park, May 2019. Swipe for a closeup I took later in the evening. This was taken on the same day as my previous post. Mountain weather is something else.
Lake Agnes, Banff National Park, May 2019
Squamish, BC, April 2019. Canada greeted me with incredible weather. And a bat that kept me company on my hike
Crescent Lake, Olympic National Park, this time at sunset, April 2019. This was one of the coolest evenings of the trip. I followed a trail to a waterfront camp surrounded by forest, and to my surprise it lead to this view of the mountains.
Crescent Lake, Olympic National Park, April 2019
Washington. Views from the top of Mount Storm King hike, Olympic National Park
views of the pacific
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Coastal California forests
Redwoods! They’re tall!