Covid Creativity: 20Jul2021

by Elisabeth Somnerset-Watson

Here are a few more photos taken around this lovely (new to us) area we are now calling home!

Orchids on the window ledge looking out over the barn and fields from our Dunvegan farmhouse. Love the beauty of the orchids against the stark white of the winter snow. 

Orchids
Elisabeth Somerset-Watson
Digital Photography

A very pretty horse on a side road in Alexandria area. ( I love horses! ). 

Pretty Neighbour
Elisabeth Somerset-Watson
Digital Photography

A lovely pony with its winter coat on. 

Shaggy
Elisabeth Somerset-Watson
Digital Photography

The old schoolhouse at the corner of 21 and Lorne School Rd.

Lorne School
Elisabeth Somerset-Watson
Digital Photography

The church in Lochiel on County Road 21.

Our Lady of Snow
Elisabeth Somerset-Watson
Digital Photography

Collectif members want to see your work! Send images of work completed since March 2020 to cagac.ca@gmail.com with up to 100 words per image describing what you did, materials used, inspiration, etc. Maybe share how you’re feeling more than a year into the Covid experience & how/if creativity helps. Give us informative, inspiring show & tell. Writers, send us poetry, lyrics, a short piece or excerpt and try to include a suitable illustration of some sort. Thank you!

4 comments

  1. Elizabeth:

    Lovely photos. the name of the school on Lorne School Road is not surprisingly Lorne School. You might consider joining the local photo club. During the pandemic it meets online every week on Thursday afternoon. Send me your e-mail and I will include you in the e-mail with the meeting link. Visit and see if we meet your needs. No obligation.

    miloasmith@bell.net

    Milo

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  2. Welcome to the area Elizabeth. Beautiful photos! My favourite is “Lorne School”. It is so moody. As you explore SD&G more you will find lots of great subjects to snap.

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  3. Nice photos! I especially like the Lorne School photo – perfect lighting. I look forward to seeing more from you. 🙂

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