Angie is working on a documentary using the staged house as backdrop.
Enjoying a great meal on the patio of a new-found cafe when the clouds rolled in and spattered a bit of the ol’ wet stuff. Evening sun popped out to provide a stark contrast with the receding clouds.
Last night’s sunset over Ottawa.
Wending my way homeward enjoying the downpour, dark skies & lightning I spotted this
typical street scene of the day.
The whazzit from yesterday is, indeed, a fan.
And, I just realized that I’m more than half way through the 365 Challenge.
On my way to Easter dinner, took the back roads & came across another spring scene.
The melting snow depositing its accumulation of detritus.
Looks like spring is coming.
Went to the final print making class last night. All the preparation, fiddling, adjusting, sharpening et. al. has paid off. Ripped off 8 pretty nice images on fine art paper using an Epson 3800 printer. Most of the new prints are a result of this 365 challenge, so that, too, is paying off. 2 of them will be hanging in the Ottawa Archives Gallery on Tallwood Dr. from April 10 to May 24.
Still mooning over the snow – I know by now everyone’s ready for spring.