This Week At The Studio In Photos

Overlooking the ocean during a hike on the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia
Looked to the sky for Comet Neowise
The haskap harvest is nearly done for 2020!

That’s been the week here.

How’s your week been?


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66 Comments

    1. Hi Melinda! It’s done in big buckets first, and then bottles in wine bottles, but year over year it can depend on what there was extra fruit of. Most years rhubarb is the staple as there is ALWAYS lots of rhubarb, and from that recipe alone I would say probably 20 or so bottles. Then other varieties come after that 🙂

    1. Thank you Patty! I am glad you enjoyed seeing a bit of how things grow around here 🙂 I hope you are keeping well!

    1. It was yes! it was now a few weeks ago that I am responding to this, but I admit it was a lovely week on reflection as well. I hope you are keeping well, Michael!

    1. It is a lovely spot to be sure! We definitely enjoy going for a visit to that part of Nova Scotia. Thank you for your comment, Patrick!

    1. We were lucky the evening was cloudless! We are near the ocean so the fog can roll in at any time! Thank you for your kind comment and I hope you are keeping well.

    1. Thank you! That is wonderful to hear, we would like to give more of that to the world from our little slice here. I am glad to hear it came through for you from these pictures and I hope you are keeping well in this difficult time

      1. I couldn’t see squat from my place (to much light pollution) And Mom couldn’t make out anything way out in the country side. And that Hasksap sounds interesting- and tasty 😋

      1. I think I can make it!
        Trees blocked my view at the early visible hours and I missed it. I’ll likely get to see the great conjunction this year though.

    1. Thank you, Anand! I am glad you like them and hope you are keeping well in Kerala (or wherever you may find yourself today!)

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