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A wintery spirit

The winter of 2018 has been record-setting, so far. And we are barely one week into the new year! Did you know it was Ottawa’s coldest New Year’s Day since records began in 1873? At 8am on January 1st, the … Continue reading

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A light-gift contemplation

The distant sun finding purchase through cracks in the clouds, Light filtered through earth-bound trees streaming across the plane onto my space. Our space.    This distant, constant, sun gives peace and stillness so all that is uncertain, in anguish … Continue reading

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Driving into the sunrise: an ISS with a view

Following Canadian Astronaut Commander Chris Hadfield’s twitter feed (@Cmdr_Hadfield), I along with over a quarter million other people are fed with a steady diet of inspiring photography from space. And these photos, nothing short of amazing, are shots of cities … Continue reading

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