Living in Canada, we’re all used to snow. You don’t have to be from the Arctic to know that snow comes in many different types. Today we had a steady fall of one of the more pleasant kinds of snow, … Continue reading →
Nature Interaction. Nice to see that Harrison has got some new nature pics up on Pinterest. I love Harrison’s nature photos. He takes a slow and thoughtful approach, like today’s pictures of the ice and snow crystals on the plants.
Yesterday I posted this picture and asked if you know what’s inside. I thought it was one of those tents the workers put over manholes in the winter or during rain so they can do their work without also having … Continue reading →
When I decided to go to Helsinki, I had never been there before, and (to the shock of all my travel writer friends) I did no research beforehand, other than some minimal stuff to get a hotel and figure out … Continue reading →
Helsinki, Finland, January 19, 2012. Photo by Jill Browne. In the old part of Helsinki there is an elegant formal park called the Esplanade. Even in the middle of a snowy winter, people promenade there, after a fashion. The … Continue reading →