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Our backyard is like no other backyard in town. It’s somewhat of a liminal place, located as it is on the exact boundary where the town ends and the country begins. On the country side, the lower corner of our yard is a tangle … Continue reading
I don’t like summer. It’s too hot, too dry. The air fills with the smoke of forest fires. Water levels in the rivers run low, too low. The grass turns dry and crisp, and every step in the dirt sends … Continue reading
For some, photography is memory. Photos capture images of important people and places in our lives so that later we can be reminded of them and reflect on how our lives have changed over the years. But memory lies in … Continue reading
When I was in university, I lived in an 8-by-14-foot room that consisted of little more than a bed, a desk, and a tiny kitchen. I spent most of my time either in class or studying alone in my room, … Continue reading