Monthly Archives: March 2010
Okay… so it’s not lemmings, it’s A lemming. One lemming.
A fellow I chat with on occasion through twitter asked me to draw him a lemming. So, I said okay. LMAO Didn’t have a lot of time, so here’s my quick ten minute sketch of a sweet little Norwegian Lemming. Cute little critters.
Hope you enjoy her @silverpeanut. 🙂
…who knows, maybe I’ll add more detail and actually finish the sketch if I ever find a few spare minutes.
Okay… so it wasn’t an entire afternoon. Our household has been a little under the weather lately, and I think we all needed a little fresh air in our lungs. So despite not being all better yet, we spent close to an hour at the zoo today. While it may not have done much for us physically, it did a lot for our spirits – which makes a BIG difference. Hopefully we’ll be all better soon, but at least we aren’t feeling as blue since making our brief escape. 😉
And here’s a bonus picture today… me peeking out from behind my camera while looking into an animal enclosure (with a mirrored backing). I like the reflection on the closest pane of glass too. 🙂
Here it is folks… proof that spring has sprung on the Canadian Prairie. Wow! Can’t believe we aren’t still buried under snow… it is still March, right? We’re usually still partially under snow in MAY!
Yep. Can you believe it? Little growing things popping out from under the autumn leaves (don’t know why folks insist on raking them up, they are SOOO good for your yard).
Loved the composition here… just the way a teacher happened to place her things while listening to a speaker, and loved the way the shadow is playing and interacting with said subject matter. 🙂
Today was the first day of Road Map Saskatoon’s sixth annual conference. This year the topic is sustainability in business. I’m working as the official photographer for the event, which is much different than my usual photography gigs. But it’s a good opportunity to broaden my skills, and to take in a fabulous event at the same time.
This shot was taken at the OADBT building. In it’s former life, the building was the old egg producers plant. Though the only thing remaining from those days is a beautifully old, stained, concrete floor.