Colours of heritage carrots and other veggies chopped up for a stew. Day 21: Colours of the February Photoblogging Challenge.

chopped vegetables in bowl

Finished reading: The 99% Invisible City: A Field Guide to the Hidden World of Everyday Design by Roman Mars and Kurt Kohlstedt 📚

Snow on cedar branches. Day 20: Weather of the February Photoblogging Challenge.

Snow on branches.

My sourdough starter which is alive. Day 19: Alive of the February Photoblogging.

My setup as I work at home. Day 18: At Home of the February Photoblogging Challenge.

Computer and monitor on desk.

Fluffy cat staying still on a cushion. Day 17: Still of the February Photoblogging Challenge.

Back of cat on cushion.

Some of the books on my shelf. Day 16: Erudite of the February Photoblogging Challenge.

Books on shelf.

Watching ‎Olivier Assayas’ 1996 film IRMA VEP on The Criterion Channel. 🎥

Reflection of a rooster ornament in coffee mug. Day 15: Reflection of the February Photoblogging Challenge.

Reflection in coffee mug.

Watching ‎Wong Kar-wai’s 2000 masterpiece IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE again on The Criterion Channel. ❤️🎥

On a day filled with love and compassion I’m enjoying a delicious Brett Saison as I make supper. Day14: Compassion of the February Photoblogging Challenge.

Beer can label.

I decided to make Lemon Thyme oil today. Day 13: Make of the February 2021 Photoblogging Challenge.

Watching ‎Cathy Yan’s 2018 debut feature DEAD PIGS on MUBI. 🎥🐂

My SPOon ORGanization for Day 12: Sporg of the February 2021 Photoblogging Challenge.

My bread machine. Day11: Machine of the February Photoblogging Challenge

Bread machine

Watching ‎the 1932 film BLONDE VENUS directed by Josef von Sternberg on the Criterion Channel. 🎥

Coffee beans provide me with energy. Day 10: Energy of the February Photoblogging Challenge.

Coffee beans

Watching ‎William Greaves’ 1972 newly-restored documentary NATIONTIME on the Criterion Channel. 🎥

The muddy water of the Minas Basin beside Waterfront Park in Wolfville. Day 9: Muddy of the February Photoblogging Challenge..

Watching ‎Jacqueline Audry’s 1951 film OLIVIA. 🎥

Every time I bake some bread I change the mix of flours and as I wait for it to rise and bake it fills me with hope. Day 8: Hope of the February Photoblogging Challenge.

Grilled cheese. Day 7: Craving of the February Photoblogging Challenge

Watching ‎the 1950 film noir / epidemic film THE KILLER THAT STALKED NEW YORK directed by Earl McEvoy on Noir Alley on TCM. 💉🍿

Out for a walk. Day 6 of the February Photoblogging Challenge: Sport.

Breakfast pizza modified slightly from a King Arthur Baking recipe.