On a grey misty morning, I am watching the ships entering large tankers and container ship entering the port of Halifax. When this large ship passed me I noticed the little pilot boat behind this huge ship. It was funny actually because it appeared as if the tiny boat was pushing this Goliath into port.
After posting yesterday's picture of the door in Field, Linda commented and asked "What is it about a picture of a door?! I always like them so much". She is right of course. Doors are very intriguing. Doors are used in religion, art and literature. For instance doors are prominent in literature, think Alice in Wonderland, the Narnia books by C.S. Lewis, The lord of the rings and harry Potter just to name a few titles. This door was located in a dark little passage in downtown Toronto. Thinking about Harry Potter I could imagine that if you stepped through this door you might find yourself back in mid nineteen century Toronto. Pity I never found out because it was locked of course and I did not know where to get a key.
Lately I have not been happy with the pictures I made. So I started looking through my files and found some very good images, which I took on a little field trip with my friend Dan earlier in the Spring. we had been to the village of Field on an earlier trip. Both of us made some fine pictures and I liked this one of a door of a abandoned service station. What attracted me of course was the very painterly quality of this subject, in particular the subtle pastel tones and textures.