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Victorian Mining Town, Bisbee
It is never easy for me to settle in to the city. My body, mind and spirit love the desert as though I belonged. 
Yet my roots and connections, family, amazing friends, old and new are here in Toronto where I have spent all of my life. I am so grateful for the amazing people in my world. I can't wait to see my babies, Nya, Simon and little Kaden, I brought them home books about desert animals. I felt a great kinship with the McKinnon/Thornton team. I feel we will reunite and meet up with team two. I will never look at photography in the same way. The workshop was just a beginning for me. Thank you Kate for kicking my butt to get blogging! I have so many photos I am so excited about it's almost like I hang on to them like fine china. Andrew, I hope I can remember how to do that fantastic collage you painstakingly taught me. Ladies from team two, thanks for sharing your lives with us. I will continue to read your blogs and I promise to keep posting!


YouÂ’re a real deep thinker. Thanks for sharing.
Posted by: Nevaeh | 2011-05-20 00:00:00
Fantastic! It's great to see you posting. And the collage is just a screen shot, remember? Get it all like you like it, then Command-Shift-4
Posted by: kate mckinnon | 2011-03-06 00:00:00
I think of our experiences together as a gift. It was like a rain in the desert, bringing everything to life... blooms cascading from cacti and succulents, birds singing and rejoicing, the stones clapping their gratitude with the pitter-patter of raindrops falling. Thank you for this gift. Thank you for making this possible. What a beautiful picture. It is glorious. Kate and I both have felt the connection between the first session and second session. Many of them have bonded over their shared and like experiences and I think that is another gift... the bringing together of people and the forging of friendships. Thank you for being apart of the Making of this beautiful desert experience!
Posted by: Andrew Thornton | 2011-03-06 00:00:00

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