Tag: spring 2021

Starry Starry Night

No time for daytime photo outings? Looks like we’re shooting at night. Travel discouraged? Looks like we’re sticking close to home. And so, backyard astrophotography became my outlet. Whether you’re new to stargazing or a seasoned practitioner, with these tips anyone can explore the night sky with an unaided eye.

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Foraging & Feasting

Chef Shaun Edmonstone is the Executive Chef & Owner of Thornbury’s award-winning Bruce Wine Bar & Kitchen. Specializing in creatively crafted plates grounded in traditional techniques, Shaun’s passion for ultra-local, often foraged menus emphasize the incredible bounty this region has to offer.

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Somewhere Down The Crazy River

While more seasoned thrill seekers might search out fast flowing white water to the north, closer to home we have some fantastic, gentle flowing rivers perfect for day tripping. The three most popular routes are the Nottawasaga, Beaver and Saugeen Rivers.

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Colour Outside The Lines

Found in collections worldwide, contemporary, abstract artist Darlene Watson intuitively combines vibrant colours and spontaneous yet thoughtful shapes and lines to produce inspiring works of art seemingly done with total abandon.

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Preserving & Celebrating Black History

The preservation of local Black history was a lifelong dream of Howard Sheffield, founder of Sheffield Park Black History & Cultural Museum. Today his vision is carried on by his nieces Carolynn and Sylvia Wilson—direct descendants of early Black settlers in Southern Georgian Bay.

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Liquid Gold

Each spring, white petals blanket the apple trees throughout the Beaver Valley, signalling the beginning of the valley’s growing season. But for a pair of keen beekeepers, their apiary has already begun buzzing with activity in preparation for the busy spring and summer months.

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