Learning to Walk

It's been a long two-plus years. A pandemic short-circuited our long distance walking plans but, in place of those, my Polaroid adventures kept me company. The whole idea behind WalkClickMake has always been to look for the mysterious ways walking, photography and making things might artfully intersect. Certainly the latter two activities have come to... Continue Reading →

Vintage Inglis Grain Elevators Meet Vintage Polaroids

"A group of five grain elevators in Inglis in the Rural Municipality of Riding Mountain West is one of the last remaining examples of a once-common prairie icon. Now preserved as a national historic site and a provincial historic site, the Inglis site represents an important period in the development of Canada’s grain industry from 1900 to 1930. The history of the... Continue Reading →

Polaroids On The Beach

It was a warm summer afternoon, a good opportunity to walk along the shoreline of Lake Winnipeg. Just up the eroded slope, Gail and Styxx (our greyhound) lounged in the yurt we had rented for a few days at Camp Morton Provincial Park. Down here, the lake was calm, gently lapping on the smooth stones... Continue Reading →

Beyond Our Windows: Fall Polaroids

While I work to get the planned book for my From Our Windows project completed—and you will be hearing more about that progress soon—I have ventured outside with my SX-70 Polaroid camera in-hand. To start, here is a selection of instant photos taken a mere 100 metres from my front door along the banks of... Continue Reading →

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