Monthly Archives: February 2013

February has been cold.     Today I said it was bitter.     But the weather, that I complain about to an endless degree is countered by warm coffee, a visit to my sister, a few day dreams. It is countered by the few minutes where I thought about how nice it is that […]

View full post »

Transcribed from Mikhael Subozky’s Ted Talk: “Taking pictures is an act in two directions. Forwards and backwards. The photographer likewise is thrown backwards onto himself. The photograph is always a double image. Showing at first glance its subject, and at second glance more or less hidden behind it so to speak, the reverse angle; The picture […]

View full post »

Mississauga South Asian Wedding Photographer | Nitole + Ashraf   My car had four inches of snow on it as I lugged my gear into Nitole’s parents home. Winter boots and wet socks filled the entrance way, as they do in Toronto after a snowstorm. Family milled around the split level house sharing mango smoothies, […]

View full post »

February is pitiless, and it is boring. That parade of red numerals on its page adds up to zero: birthdays of politicians, a holiday reserved for rodents, what kind of celebrations are those? The only bubble in the flat champagne of February is Valentine’s Day. It was no accident that our ancestors pinned Valentine’s Day […]

View full post »

Bali is intricate. The food here is made with care in placement and spices, the architecture is as detailed as a good novel – hidden with layers of interest, carved beyond the first glance. The flower offerings are abundant, and crafted each morning in gratitude for the coming day.  The smoke here, unlike at home […]

View full post »