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Is there life in France

Is There Life In France?

The Italian physicist Enrico Fermi (1901 – 1954) created the first nuclear reactor, worked on the Manhattan project, and is one of only 16 scientists in history to have an element named in his honour. It’s fair to say that he’s a big deal in […]

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I saw three ships

I Saw Three ships

This image, captured on Lake Ontario one wintery morning, reminded me of the old English Christmas carol, “I saw three ships come sailing by”. It seemed a fitting image to mark Christmas Day. Merry Christmas to those that celebrate it, and a happy holiday season […]

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Party at the Greens for Christmas

Merry Christmas

To those that celebrate it, Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays and Season’s Greetings to those that don’t, or follow faiths too numerous to mention. As I write, blizzard conditions are sweeping across the continental U.S. and Canada. Here, we have power lines and trees down, our […]

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Floatfest 2023

Looking back through my images from this year, I reminisce about the annual Floatfest festival in Welland at the Rose City on the Welland Canal. Descending as we are into the cold dark winter months, my thoughts return to the days when throwing yourself into […]

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Community

Today marked the return after 3 long years of the annual Community Living Christmas Dinner. Hosted (with thanks from us all) by the Friends Of Roselawn at the Roselawn Centre in Port Colborne, this sit-down event catered 70 happy diners, while, in a first for […]

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Thankful

I’m a lucky guy. After a lifetime of knocks and scrapes I’ve still got my hair and most of my teeth. And a roof over my head, food in the fridge, and a wife that tolerates me. No complaints here. I went out exploring today […]

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