We are home from our trip to the Sunshine Coast. As usual, the events are over much too fast. We turn the car around to head home Sunday. We were glad to have made a reservation for the ferry… we couldn’t believe the line up mid-day. After a night in Kelowna we decided to just push right through Calgary with nice weather and light traffic. We made it home from Kelowna after 17 hours on the road… a little long and not to be repeated in the near future.
I am happy to be home early – there were a lot of proverbial fires to extinguish, all work related. I am now in the studio, printing hand outs for the Grand Forks workshop “Capture the Essence”. I thought I was all set to just put supplies together when I discovered yesterday that I had been overly generous in sharing my canvas stock… and since that is the material I require for the class I am off to Regina to stock up tomorrow. Assembling kits is not for the faint at heart, especially when you live in rural Saskatchewan.
My camera didn’t get as much of a workout as I had anticipated but I am sorting through images for sharing today. Stay tuned to see a few more captures in the near future.
I am featuring three sky images today, one for each of the provinces we navigated over the past week. There is a cloud bank from Springbank, Alberta, some sunset painted sky from our friend’s deck in Kelowna and a Saskatchewan sky punctuated by the never-ending straight gravel road… After attending Photo Quest on April 25th with Craig Hilts from Swift Current I appreciate the western sky even more!