One of our favourite winter games was Chinese Checkers. It was fun with 2 or 3 players but the board would always get jammed up with 5 or six players. Then there was the brother would would leave a marble behind...
There is nothing more pathetic than an old guy with a cold. After a few days of cradling a box of Kleenex I have decided that I will probably live through it. I am 5 days behind in posting my pictures. You will see that some of my subjects were less than enthusiastic about posing for me. I ended up taking closeups of a piece of tomato vine I found in the fridge.
I love the shapes and colours of the stones on the beach. The round granite and the brown stone with the quatrz stripe caught my eye. Back at the computer I liked the look of the stones in black and white.
This fisherman on the LaHave River had just caught a dozen smelts. He must have had some time since his last catch and arranged his fish according to size. This part of the river is really a sunken river valley and is salt water. The tide was out and I slipped a couple times on the shore ice.