Something else on the ‘artsy’ creative side of things that is now here at Art Brûlant is this. Yes, I know it doesn’t quite have the presence of those big screens in the sports bars, but it does rotate images … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Cycling, Environment, Music, Poetry, Printmaking, snowshoeing
Tagged art exhibition, art gallery, cycling, events, gardening, literature, nature, photography, Poetry, self powered transportation, snowshoeing, walking
Just FYI I have started/been working on another site. This one is less related to the goings on here at Art Brûlant and more personal. Though coffee does play a role as the following link will show: Beyond the Back … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Coffee, Cycling, Environment, Food, Recumbents, snowshoeing
Tagged coffee, coffeeneuring, cycling, outdoors, PPJ Cyclepark
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Snowshoeing around our place is an almost daily thing once there is enough snow on the ground. Most of the time we use stiff, heavy winter boots and the high-tech aluminum and plastic snowshoes of today. They are easy, bomb-proof … Continue reading
It is interesting how one subject, place or object can draw one back for repeated consideration. The little creek appears again in some of these images. I find it fascinating how it changes. Even from day to day. This is … Continue reading
I keep coming back to these golden gowned ladies of the winter woods. l Can we go now? Maybe find some birds? I’m a bird dog not a tree dog!
Snowshoes and animal tracks Breaking trail at sunrise I wait for my companion, chewing snowballs from between her toes by RSR
The snow is wet, heavy and sticks My snowshoes drag with the clinging snow Against a slate grey sky, snowflakes and white wings by RSR
The snowshoes are noisy on the cold hardened trail Last night’s hoarfrost glistens in the hedgerows The sky, clear and cloudless, welcomes the sun by RSR
By the time I was able to get out for our morning snowshoe jaunt the temperatures had warmed up to -21c from the overnight low of -34c. With the brilliant sunshine and clear skies it turned out to be a … Continue reading
For the past couple of months with the swings towards the warmer side of the thermometer and no snow to speak of we have wondered if winter would come at all. Despite the official date (December 21) having come and … Continue reading