Monthly Archives: January 2015

  To include this country in our South American Adventure was something I never thought would happen in my wildest dreams.  A beautiful country infused with a lot of European history, the climate is mild and the people gracious.  Our experiences were amazing. When I think of Argentina, Evita immediately comes to mind, although there […]

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  • Lynnwood Mcintosh

    Argentina was a amazing country the food and the tango the women with their elaborate headdress and the men were in such marvellous shape their perforations were truly breathtaking. The gaucho ranch was truly an experience with their amazing ranch and all the horses,rides either in a wagon or riding one on one.the cowboys with their elaborite belts and their prowess at the game trying to steal a kiss from one of the ladies visiting the ranch that day is something that i will never forget. The falls were so very large seemed to go on for a least a kilometre the paths around the falls were so many it was easy the get turned around.ReplyCancel

  Decided to take some quiet time this year in my first full year of retirement and January seems like the perfect time to change things up a bit. Signed up for a year-long course hosted by the inspirational Kim Klassen, a fellow Canadian from Manitoba.  She is a gifted photographer and her journey through […]

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  • Barbara Hurst

    Such a stricking memory of your grandmother, lovely white with a punch of black.ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful post! Kim is awesome. Love the image. Thanks for visiting my blog!ReplyCancel

  • Linda Hoye

    I really like this photo. Like you, I treasure ephemera from days gone by. It grieves me that the younger members of my family don’t find the same value in these treasures as I do too. Preserving them with photography seems like a wonderful idea.ReplyCancel

My love of history dates back to my teens, when, because of family lineage, I became extremely interested in the Romanov Dynasty. In my early thirties I had the opportunity to visit Russia, which at that time was under Soviet domain and interestingly enough during the Faulkland’s crises. The works of Faberge, Leonardo da Vinci, […]

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