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Reflections

The Okanagan Lake was like a mill pond today.  So many reflections to photograph.  Thought I’d experiment a little with colour and monochrome.  Which do you prefer?

Landscape

The Pink Sail

Dazzlingly bright against the grey water, winter sky and dull foliage, you could not help notice this pink sail on the Okanagan Lake at Summerland today.   23 more words
Landscape

My Home

Looking east from Giants Head, Summerland, over Lake Okanagan towards Naramata on a bright and cool February day.  I am so in love with where I am blessed to live. 15 more words
Landscape

Lavender Pathways

Sitting in snow-bound Calgary I dream of the picturesque, aromatic lavender pathways of Okanagan Lavender Farm near Kelowna. This is probably what the glossy brochures mean when they tell you to visit and breathe in the rejuvenating lavender freshness to suffice for the winter months. 236 more words

Travel

Halloween harvest

Halloween was a celebration unknown in the part of the world where I grew up; besides it was spring.

Moving to Canada, I discovered this was a season of sugar overload; an occasion to dress up in crazy costumes; an event many children would look back on as their favourite time of the year. 131 more words

Canada

Excerpt 116 from The Lake Demon by Ken David Stewart

Chapter One Hundred Sixteen
When Blake Riley’s crew reached the area near Rattlesnake Island, Dr. Lionel Hardy was scanning the lake with a pair of high powered binoculars. 452 more words

Books

Excerpt 90 from The Lake Demon by Ken David Stewart

Chapter Ninety
William Everett was looking out his office window that overlooked Lake Okanagan. With a look of disgust on his face he turned around to face his assistant, Max Turner. 415 more words

Books