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Serenity Project – October – Grey Days Make Fall Colours Shine

I’m so happy to be back posting after taking yet another month off  from this lovely blog circle.  My apologies to my dear friendsView full post »

Serenity Project – August – The Way I Was Really Meant to Photograph Flowers

It’s been a few months since I’ve shared anything here.  Life gets busy,  not bad just busy, but sometimes with that hecticView full post »

Serenity Project – April – The Early Signs of Spring {Freelensed}

We had a beautiful couple of days at the lake over the Easter long weekend.  Sunny and warm after so. much. rain.  (In case youView full post »

Serenity Project – March – When March Comes in Like a Lion

Well it’s bound to happen.  We had a lovely, relatively easy winter by Ottawa standards, with lots of mild days (peppered with someView full post »

Serenity Project – February – Alone in the Woods

I used to be a winter person,  but something happens when you get older and you realize that winter is hard.  It’s long, dark andView full post »

Serenity Project – December – Stopping the Car and Taking It All In

Well, here we find ourselves in December, a month with 31 days that feels more like 15.   As a terminal procrastinator, I struggle with allView full post »

Serenity Project – November

Oh my goodness!  Where has the time gone.  It feels as if November is flying by.  I know for a lot of people, November is a gloomy month.View full post »

Serenity Project – October

This fall has proven to be hectic despite the fact that I don’t have to do the back-to-school thing anymore.  Finding time to slow down andView full post »

Serenity Project – September

I am a lazy creature.  I love to put my feet up first thing in the morning with a cup or three of coffee and ease into my day.  This isView full post »

Serenity Project – August

I was so honoured when I was asked by my friend and fellow photographer, Nadeen Flynn, to participate in a monthly photography project andView full post »