Tell us about your world 2
Hey guys how’s it going? so my good friend Lindsay was kind enough to do an awesome write up about her photos, it’s an inspiring and fascinating read check it out!
I miss Canada.
The people that live here are varied, they come from different places, cultures and religions. Yet we all find a central place in this barren land. A unique part of our life is that we have terribly cold winters. When the sun first begins to shine, people here seem to run outside to engage in any activity possible to soak up the much missed sun and warmth. Picnics are common, a place for gathering friends, new and old, a place of sharing, laughter and happiness.
My city is a hub for artists and art activity. We define ourselves by the creative energy that we express to the world. Some are musicians, some are dancers, and others are visual artists. I am grateful to live in such a wonderfully artistic place and this is often a common sight when walking through the streets of Regina.
Closer to my own home is my family. My house is an important place for all my family. We gather here and make it our point of departure yet we always come home to this front step and this smiling dog. Whenever I am travelling or living away I think of moments like these and know that they will be waiting for me when I return.
The kitchen is the most important place of all. We gather, we eat, we laugh, we cry, we share, all around the one table. My mother prepares many meals, which our family gathers to spend time at the end of the day together. This photo is of our kitchen and my mom cooking, as this is the most important place in my family and in my house.
I live in a place where the earth meets the sky. The prairie seems to stretch on for infinity like the ocean. I live in a place where you can stand in the middle of nowhere and be absolutely alone, no obstructions, nothing blocking your view. The sky stretches a full 180 degrees to fill the entire landscape. There is really nothing else like it in the world.