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#FrameItFriday (week 46, season 2)


#FrameItFriday (week 46, season 2)

I hope you're enjoying my images that I've captured from the Canadian Raptor Conservancy this past week. I know I enjoyed taking over 900 shots there and I've so many images to sort through. I'm not sure how much more of it you'll be able to take. I'll try and just post an album of the rest and give you a reprieve from the feather-geddom.

This week has been interrupted by two necessary trips to Toronto and that means no photos unless it's work related ie: paid shoots that enable me to pay my bills for which I'm grateful. What also happened this past week is some pretty kind feedback on my 2020 Calendar online and wait for it............a hand written letter! When was the last time you received or composed a hand written letter? I'm thrilled to hear how much you enjoyed getting it and how happy you are to see the images I selected to represent each month of next year.

What is cool about the whole calendar thing is that I've been fortunate enough to meet some of you in person. Some folks I've only known online and some I only see when I deliver them their calendars as they're not as mobile as they used to be. It's humbling and heartwarming. Your kind words to me over the loss of my mother brings tears to my eyes and I'm happy to have dedicated this year's calendar in memory of my mum. My biggest fan.

I am in phase II of getting my snowtires put on my car so I can get back out exploring and finding some cool snow pics to share with you. What is phase II of snowtire install? Why I'm glad you asked, it means my snow tires are stuffed in my car awaiting my appointment to get them put on. Driving to and from Toronto this past Monday in that first blizzard with all season tires was brutal.

Just a little plug here before I go. I still have a limited supply of my 2020 Calendars available. I'm attending the HoHoHolmedale Artisan Market this coming Saturday, November 16th 10am til 4pm and will have some inventory with me ($15ea. with $2 from every calendar sale going to SPCA) or if you're out of town they'll cost you $20 delivered to your door. Payment can be made by e-transfer to me, shoot me a message. The good thing about the calendar is that at the end of every year you can re-purpose the images and frame them as gifts or hang in your home or office. Cool eh?

Whatever you get up to this weekend, have fun and stay warm (unless you're in the tropics then I say "keep cool").

Peace, love and kumbaya Heather

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