I took a walk on the waterfront.
At a Chinese food stall a lady was frying dumplings. I bought some. Pork and vegetable.
Stopped at a vegan stall for a slice of carrot cake. No flour or sugar, all carrots, nuts, seeds, coconut oil, and dates.
Sat on a sitting wall downtown and smoked a cigar.
Then had a cup of coffee. The cup was well used. I wondered what life plans were made and altered over this cup. Maybe all anyone ever did was wonder what life plans were made and broken over this cup.
I didn’t have any plans to make or break. The coffee was pretty good.
Here are some recent photographs in no particular order which show various themes I’m pursuing, along with some notes:
Decay is part of the circle of life:
Martinique Beach, Nova Scotia:
The bridge along the Musquodoboit Trail. In our lives we cannot help seeing both natural and man-made works at the same time:
The following two photos are in some way “Zen.” Yet nothing was strategically placed in order to create a Zen scene. Everything is only the real.
I have nothing to say about this photo other than that I find it interesting:
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