I've lived in Ontario's Waterloo Region for nearly twenty years. One of my first orders of business upon moving here (once I figured out how to get to the grocery store) was to get myself a library card. The public library has always been close to my heart - nourishment for the mind, a home away from home.
Art and Science
On the Move
Stay Awhile
Form and Function
In Cambridge, our library and associated art gallery have been re-branded as the Idea Exchange. Not your old-fashioned, stuffy book repository, it's rapidly adapting to the digital age by embracing technology and actively developing resources and programs to celebrate creativity and community. ​​​​​​​
Disappearing Act
In the Middle
No Wading
Sing Us a Song
Lights in the Dark
Urban Angles
Recently, I volunteered with the Visiting Library Service, regularly delivering audio books to my client living with sight loss. This program is one of the many ways the library strives to be accessible and inclusive.
Closing Time
Cloudsweeping
Impending
This group of photos is a sampling of  sights in my "abode" of Cambridge and the surrounding Waterloo Region. Fifteen percent of the purchase price of any sized print from the "Abode" collection will support Idea Exchange's new digital library and makerspace known as the Old Post Office, an impressive example of the adaptive reuse of a heritage building.
For more information about purchasing prints, please click here.
Reprieve
A River Runs Through It
Right Here, Right Now
To the Other Side
LIMITED EDITION
At Your Own Risk - LIMITED EDITION
In Step - LIMITED EDITION
The Cup Runneth Over - LIMITED EDITION
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