The Blork Blog turns twelve years old today. Loyal readers will have noticed that I post a lot less than I used to back in the glory days, but this sucker still has a pulse. There are 65 half-written (and for the most part, no longer relevant) unpublished “drafts” mouldering away in here, plus another dozen [...]
Loyal readers remember Spiff, the famous cat who coached me through my first five years of blogging before he finally expired in 2005 at the age of 14. Well I’m pleased to announce that Spiff lives on in Peghole’s iPhone App, Clean My Screen! Mark (of Peghole) was looking for some images to use in [...]
The rare Black Snowy Burb Panther spends most of the winter climbing in trees. With the onset of daylight savings time, the Black Snowy Burb Panther descends from the trees and seeks meltwater with which to slake his enormous thirst. For more information on the Black Snowy Burb Panther, contact the Canadian Mildlife Society.
The Northern Boreal Tree Panther The Northern Boreal Tree Panther inhabits a small territory south of the St. Lawrence River in Quebec. Its habitat consists of large, sheltered interior spaces lined with an abundance of cotton and other materials, combined with limited exterior locations in and around cedar trees. The Northern Boreal Tree Panther’s diet [...]
Toute la famille is gathering chez nous for Christmas. Tonight we’ll have four overnight guests, and tomorrow it will be up to seven. Oh – and there’s a dog. An adorable ten-month-old labradoodle who stands about three feet tall and is still in the throws of full hyperactive puppydom. The mini, however, is not impressed. [...]
Very early in the first year of my BFA program in photography at Concordia University, we were called upon to produce a small portfolio of new work. I had started classes a few weeks late because I’d been out of town working all summer, so I was at a big disadvantage. Anyway, the Saturday before [...]
Long before there were lolcats, there was Ernie.