Tag Archives: saskatchewan

Flying to Vancouver

On one of my flights between Saskatchewan and Vancouver during my time going to the University of Emily Carr I took some photos. When you’re that high up it’s easy to start thinking of the bigger picture. Seeing how small we really are. That even at normal flying altitude all of the people and cars and buildings all fade and disappear. And to think that even then God sees each of us, and cares deeply about the decisions we make…

Thistle Bug

I saw this beetle while visiting Lake Diefenbaker in Saskatchewan. It’s a long narrow lake, almost like a widened section of the river that it’s a part of. But on the banks of the lake overlooking the water are tall grasses and thistles. This bug must have been an inch or an inch and a half long – it was huge. And a little scary to get close to to photograph, but well worth it, I think.

Farmhouse Basement

This is a photo I took looking down into the basement entrance of an old 3 story farmhouse out on the prairies of Saskatchewan. We took a trip out and explored inside the abandoned house, which was pretty fun. A lot of great photo opportunities in the abandoned items left behind. This one was my favorite…begging the question of what lies within…

You Should Know

This is a video poem that connects both my faith as a Christian to the idea of flight or ‘flying away’. It was a challenge in some ways to bring these together and I know if I had had more time to think through this I would have been more satisfied with the final product. Regardless it was a learning experience both to film, record, and edit. This was for my Media Arts class at ECU. Here’s the poem: You…