Night And Day


“Night and day” is an expression of vast differences, a term used to punctuate opposites and vocalize obvious chasms of separation. Every so often I use the term to illustrate radical improvement or to qualify observations of change. It never occurred to me night and day inhabited a realm between robotic utterance and practical reference to light in the sky.

After work this afternoon, night and day revealed another dimension. Not so much another dimension as a shared reality emanating from a handful of my husband’s photographs .Opposite as night and day may be, both are exquisite, textured and revealing. Ponder night and day with fresh eyes –

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Snippets of Santa Claus Parade


Void of demands for propriety or explanation, photographs are conduits to an alternate reality. A thousand images taken by a thousand people at the exact same spot, result in a thousand interpretations of that moment in time. A thousand realities defining the blink of an eye.

Ponder this afternoon’s Santa Claus parade in Vancouver – a single point of view from my husband’s perspective.

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