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There’s still a a little leftover Ice on things here in Ottawa.

Having to stay home, lest a baby suddenly burst forth from Mel’s womb, has afforded me a bit of reading time. Most of it (all of it) has been directly, or indirectly, related to the work of David duChemin, he’s a wonderful photographer and (dare I say it) possibly an even better writer. David write a lot about the vision of photography, and not just what you see, but possibly why you see it… or how you, as a photographer, may be able to reproach and see things differently. He’s got some ebooks which should keep you warm by the fire in these cold months; they’re only $5 each so you can still afford to heat your home.

I’ve also picked up, on his multiple recommendations, The War of Art by Steven Pressfield. I’m only a little bit into it but it’s already kicked me in the ass on every page. My synopsis? Stop waiting for things to happen: MAKE THINGS HAPPEN!

“Get busy living, or get busy dying.” Andy Dufresne, The Shawshank Redemption

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  1. Stephanie Kulczyski says:

    this shot is amazing…not as amazing as you becoming a daddy again shortly but definilty amazing in its own right. its a little fuzzy or dark around the edges but the focal point to me is perfect