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360 degrees of Saskatchewan Sky


360...well more like 340 degree Panoramic view of Saskatchewan Prairie and clouds

I talked to a photographer. ..he quit talking to me when I said the only camera I really use is my Cell. Phone. Guess he doesn’t think there is any value in it or anything to discuss.

Value in my phone…
1. Availability. I always have it with me because of it’s multiple uses.
2. Shareability. I can manipulated, post, text, SnapChat and email my pictures right away.
3. Size. My phone is compact.
4. Quality and purpose. I had to put these two together but they could stand alone. My phone has more than enough quality for my porpose. Phone cameras have come a long way in quality as well.

I guess what I am saying is use the camera that suits your need. If I was a bird watcher I would need a good zoom which my phone does not have…but I am more a bug and flower watcher. My phone does macro fairly well, enough for my purpose right now.


Look mom! A bug.... this reminds me of a story sbout a sandwich...

I love SLRs and Point N Shoot too. I am no pro but I won’t let that stop me from documenting my life.

Sorry if this is a rant. I’m sure he was really just disappointed he couldn’t sell me a camera.


Christmas secret gifts


My bow in his natural habitat...or a Canadian Prairie landscape by Theresa Janzen

I love this painting.…drawing, and the man in it.


World’s first solar bike path to open in the Netherlands

What a neat idea.

World’s first solar bike path to open in the Netherlands:

Life in Kindersley. ..a photo blog…um post


Photo of prairie flowers by Theresa Janzen


Panoramic view of the Kindersley Dam Walk


Sunset in Kindersley by Theresa Janzen


Great wall of Saskatchewan located 1.6km from Smiley SK. A wonder to behold.


Love the Legion Hall, sign and all.

Just a few photos of this mysterious place. Warm people in a windy land. Come one come all to Kindersley Saskatchewan. ..but you better make reservations because the rooms fill up fast!

Travelled lines


Patterns of life in snow

The bell rings,
A smile shows,
Talk to neighbors in the store.

Boots go stomping,
Horns a honking,
Friendly banter and then the go.

Blessed Landlord in Vancouver

I found the best landlord ever.
* WiFi
* 1 bedroom
* ground floor
* cable
* washing machine (free)
* clothesline (my favorite dryer)
* great price
* near transit
* great neighbors, and neighborhood
* utilities included
* rides to and from school
* free counselor next door
* cat inspections (came for free petting)
* open door policy
* near PNE

Yup I had the best possible experience for living while in school. I trusted God to provide, and trusted Ming even though I rented the place without seeing it. God protected me from bad housing! Ah yes and so did Stewart from school, good advice!
And my landlord didn’t ask for a deposit the second time I rented there. He trusted me. Yup if anyone needs a place in Vancouver I can recommend a great place.
I’m very thankful about it too. I have blessed stories about housing and not horror stories.


Shoe on bench, garden mist

Land of long shadows


Frosty window in Grimshaw


Missed this sunshine. So bright warm and clear. Land of the midnight Sun…in the summer.

Moving Day


Through Roger’s Pass and over the Rockies we go. No post yesterday as we had little to no service!

When this posts we should be in Sexsmith.

A lady bug in December?


Lady Bug in Abbotsford

Really? A lady bug on the patio door at my aunties this Christmas. I think she was enjoying the warm air through the open door.

I’m back!

Diploma is in the mail! So I thought time to start my picture a day again. No more excuses…well unless I don’t find anything interesting.


Thao took my folks and I out on Dec 19 to see

some over-the-top decorations.

These houses are 2 blocks apart.