Slack about writing

I haven’t been writing any blog posts for a few weeks now, but I have been working. I’ve been out with the camera shooting, sometimes at night. Editing for my front yard tiny gallery and for submission to various exhibitions. Reading things like Kundera’s Unbearable Lightness of Being to seek Read more…

Work in progress

A few years ago, a group exhibition that I regularly participate in posed the theme of “Essential Ingredient” and I prepared a collage from two images: a grainy photo of earthquake damage in Turkey in 1999, and a digital image of some new manufactured housing in USA in 2011 as Read more…

Winter arrives

Slow shutter speeds can capture many things photographically. Fast movement is obvious with a shutter speed of more than half a second, and these tree branches were really moving. exposure was F11.0 at 1/4 second.

What’s in a title?

Wonder why this 2018 piece is called “Waiting for Pink Umbrella”? Across the road from this site is Sugar Beach, an urban park featuring permanent pink beach umbrellas and muskoka chairs in sand overlooking the water. 130 QQE has its own pink umbrellas in a small parkette to the west Read more…

Seasonal card promotion

There’s still 10 weeks until spring, alas. Send seasonal greeting cards this winter to spread the light! Start today, write one card per week until spring. There is nothing better than getting a card in the mail. Write to me at eliza_moore@yahoo.com for ordering information Set of 10 different cards: Read more…

Books anyone?

In May 2019 I had the wonderful opportunity to travel across Canada by train with my friend Alison, who had won tickets in a VIA Rail contest. Lots of photographs were taken, social media posts were written, and I remember the trip as a truly magical experience. It was not Read more…