Sorry for the silence – work and a long weekend conspired to divert my attention. On the plus side, the long weekend was photographically productive (Montreal knows how to cram a visually interesting festival or three into a weekend!), so I have a lot of pictures to share. This was from Carifiesta, a festival of Caribbean culture culminating in a street parade through the city centre. I didn’t even know it was on, just happened to wander across the waiting crowds and decided it was worth sticking around to see what happened. Turned out to be a good decision, the parade was a lot of fun to watch and photograph!
Annnnd, we’re back! Sorry about the silence – turns out it’s hard to update when broken keyboards and temperamental internet connections conspire against you. On the plus side, I got to see some pretty impressive cloud formations doing their best impression of an alien fairytale landscape, which made for a nice few hours of plane-based photography.
I’m still getting caught up on the internet, so please bear with me if I don’t get to your blogs for a couple of days.
Here’s another picture of the incredibly dramatic (and utterly gorgeous) Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland.
Another of the stunning details of Uluru, revealed only when you take the time to get up close to the massive monolith.
Anyone who says men can’t multitask has obviously never seen this busker in action – eating an apple while juggling it, two knives, and riding a unicycle!