April 19th, 2018

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Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park

By Luke Fandrich on March 6th, 2018

Source: Editing Luke Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park Located in the prairie grasslands of the Milk River valley, Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park is home to one of the most spectacular landscapes in Alberta. Featuring hoodoos, extensive trails, and epic vistas of these sandstone monuments, Writing-on-Stone is noted for having the largest concentration of First Nation carvings on the ... Read More »

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Sierra Sky Ranch in Northern California

By Luke Fandrich on March 5th, 2018

Source: Editing Luke Sierra Sky Ranch in Northern California Located just a few miles from the southern entrance to Yosemite National Park, Sierra Sky Ranch is a former cattle ranch turned upscale boutique hotel in Northern California. From stone fireplaces to vintage western furnishings, this beautiful and remote property provides a comfortable escape after continued adventures ... Read More »

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Aerial Photography in the Canadian Badlands

By Luke Fandrich on March 3rd, 2018

Source: Editing Luke Aerial Photography in the Canadian Badlands A few visual highlights from shooting aerial photography from a helicopter over the Canadian Badlands near Drumheller, Alberta. Explore more from my Around Alberta series... Read More »

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Evergreen Space Museum in McMinnville, Oregon

By Luke Fandrich on March 1st, 2018

Source: Editing Luke Evergreen Space Museum in McMinnville, Oregon A continuation of my photo set from the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum in Oregon... Read More »

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Petersen Automotive Museum: Part 2

By Luke Fandrich on February 28th, 2018

Source: Editing Luke Petersen Automotive Museum: Part 2 A continuation of my photo set from the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles... Read More »

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Johnie’s Coffee Shop Restaurant in L.A.

By Luke Fandrich on February 27th, 2018

Source: Editing Luke Johnie’s Coffee Shop Restaurant in L.A. Located on the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles, California, Johnie’s Coffee Shop is a former restaurant that’s since become a popular filming location. The building is a classic example of Googie architecture, made popular in Southern California, and influenced by mid-century ... Read More »

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Bible Prayer Points for Lenten Ember Day Three: ARM Canada Call to Prayer

By on February 24th, 2018

Source: GENEralities Bible Prayer Points for Lenten Ember Day Three: ARM Canada Call to Prayer Thanks to the Prayer Book Society of Canada for this image. That it is St Matthias Day today in the BCP calendar caught me by surprise this morning having already posted the Ember Day readings from the Daily Office in both ... Read More »

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British Columbia Legislature in Victoria

By Luke Fandrich on February 24th, 2018

Source: Editing Luke British Columbia Legislature in Victoria Completed in 1897, the British Columbia Parliament Buildings in Victoria, B.C. are home to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. This beautiful structure overlooks the Victoria harbour and is easily one of the most recognizable landmarks on Vancouver Island. From the impressive legislative chamber to the lights ... Read More »

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“Here First”–an argument that has never worked and still doesn’t.

By admin on February 22nd, 2018

Source: Sniff Test “Here First”–an argument that has never worked and still doesn’t. “First Nations”. “Aboriginal”. “First peoples”. “Here First”. “Indigenous”. Here before the “Settlers”. All labels for people who have been consistently abused by invaders of various kinds. And all labels used to help bolster arguments—in the courts and in public discourse—for … Continue ... Read More »

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North Lake Tahoe

By Luke Fandrich on February 22nd, 2018

Source: Editing Luke North Lake Tahoe A continuation of my photo set around Lake Tahoe, and a few visual highlights from the insane winter conditions that greeted me in the Sierra Nevada mountains of Nevada and California.The roads were literal trenches in the mountain passes.The amount of snow was insane, but it sure was beautiful... Read More »

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