You find some strange things sorting through store rooms and filing cabinets in old Anglican churches. Recently, I came across a decades-old scrapbook with Bible stories for children glued into it. Instead of recycling the crumbling book, I brought it home with the intention of cutting out the images for art projects. As I pulled … Continue reading Out of Context Sunday School
The kids took a photo every day for a month.
Kierkegaard is quite a character. Here’s a collection of anecdotes about our special fella, obviously inspired by dog shaming memes.
There’s an app called WordLens that translates text in real time. You point your phone camera at words and it translates them on the screen. The app went crazy when I pointed at my Mum’s floor. There were flashing words everywhere. It’s magic! It’s poetry?
I accidentally deleted a whole hard drive worth of information. It included everything, EVERYTHING, from my two undergraduate degrees. *loud weeping 😭* I used a retrieval software to try to get the files back. It didn’t work for the university files, but it did create these beautiful images out of the Saskatchewan Ghost Town photography … Continue reading Other Saskatchewan Ghosts
This video was made by my Grandma Gertie on her point-and-shoot camera. It’s my Grandpa Ralph’s band, he’s on the sax, playing a song called “Lapland.”
THE SASKATCHEWAN GHOST TOWN PHOTO SERIES: We travelled through some of the rural areas outside of Saskatoon, visiting ghost towns, small towns and abandoned buildings. If you decide to do this too, please be careful. Jump to: Arelee Argo Arpiers Blucher Catherwood Cazalet Environ Feudal Hafford Keppel Kinley Neola Odel School Other Places Plunkett Random … Continue reading Saskatchewan Ghost Towns