the narrow dirt pathway connecting Silver Springs and Varsity Estates is nearly overgrown by grasses. the blades were thick with dew this morning.
We went for a father’s day ride around the community. Evan climbed the LFH on his bike, without having to stop. Amazing.
2010/06/20: Make a photo that creates depth. Draw the viewer in by choosing an interesting foreground, middle-ground, and background. #ds217
along Bowmont in Silver Springs, overlooking Canada Olympic Park.
nothing like a late-may snowstorm to properly ring in spring. another 10-20cm forecast for overnight. may snow brings june… snow, most likely.
happy cinco de mayo! sigh.
I passed the 1900km mark for bike commuting in 2010 during yet another springter storm. Much thinking of warm thoughts…
the tail end of the snow storm that blew into the city yesterday afternoon. about 3cm accumulated on our back deck…
Some really strong headwinds on the ride home – steady at nearly 50km/h, gusting to 60 or more (weather advisory warned of 90km/h gusts). One heck of a good workout. I survived, and rode the entire way in the big ring.
students walking along the snowy paths between buildings on campus, as seen from the 10th floor of the MacKimmie Library Tower.
2010/01/26: Change your perspective today. Make a photo from a bird’s eye view. Get out the chairs and ladders if you need to! #ds72
another foggy, icy day, with a few snow squalls thrown in for good measure.
thick fog in calgary overnight, and into this morning. it was MUCH thicker at higher elevations, but persisted all the way down to campus.