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Recent Posts From My Writing Blog: Words In My Pocket
I would like to say more about these photographs, but I think that any real comments I may have on this exceptional part of the world will have ro wait until we’re back home. In the mean time here are some photos taken over the last few days: These first images were taken at the […]
Again, I’m short on time, so I’ll have to keep the text to a minimum. I do want to say what a wonderful city Santa Fe is. The climate is cool in winter but city is full of warm hearts. Rarely, do we come across locals who aren’t quick to pass on a warm smile […]
A little too tired to write, but I thought I would pass on some pictures from the past couple of days. Here they are starting with the New Mexico State line, some Pie Town goodies, a little bit of the Very Large Array as it listens to the mysteries of space and ending in Santa […]
This is undoubtedly one my favourites. These two young women were firefighter cadets at the Gulf Island Fire Cadet Camp in March 1025. They worked as hard, if not harder than the boys, and showed that they can meet any challenge and succeed. Here, they have just run the fitness challenge and they’re watching other cadets do the same.
The judges, who came from Vancouver, specifically for the fair, said the following: “Nice study – use of reflections. Good B/W light & contrast. Good journalistic approach. Draws you in.”
I’m doubly thrilled because the competition was stiff, as I live on an island full of great photographers and artists in general.
Thank you, judges, for your kind comments.
This year I had the privilege of being a guest art Art Off the Fence. One of the largest and very well attended art shows on Pender Island. It was a great learning experience for me, and a great deal of fun. All the artists were more than encouraging, and in the end felt like I was part of a very supportive family.
Thank you, everyone, from Art Off the Fence, for letting me be a part of your wonderful show!
All images are © Gregory Hankins