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a bird a oak hammock marsh
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My daughter Hannah. At 20 weeks
Orange Shirt Day at Mitchell Middle School
Upside down cloud
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La Complainte de la Blanche Biche
Canada day: Celebration of freedom, culture and diversity
"CLOUD" by RC Brown and Wayne Garret (Calgary)
Looking up at the world with a different perspective
Forms of Electricity
Man vs. Mountain
Letting Go and Moving Forward
A sunset in Winnipeg, MB
Fresh snow fall at a bus stop in Winnipeg, MB
The Calm After the Storm
To Steinbach, With love
Sunset at Esplanade Louis Riel
Walking in our families footsteps
Fun and games during English class
Passing on tradition
Points of View – National Human Rights Photography Exhibition
Forms of Electricity

Electricity has enabled us to progress as a society at a rapid pace. It's enabled artificial lighting, transportation and many other things. One of the biggest advancements, in my opinion, has been the computer which has changed the way we communicate and process information. Cell phones, tablets, computers, WIFI, LTE, the internet has given us unprecedented access to information whenever and almost where ever in the industrialized world, be it used in a productive way or in a destructive fashion. This system has been used to promote human rights activism through such websites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and blogs, most notably by Asmaa Mahfouz during the Arab Spring uprisings of Egypt. The internet, portable computer technologies and wireless data communications has a tremendous power in society with the speed of the distribution of information to a great number of people.

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Image Source: Digital Camera (High Resolution Image)
Date Taken: 07.2016
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PHOTO LOCATION 60 km east of Winnipeg, Canada