Fridaaaaay!… Look This Way 47


All wet and autumnal on the first day of November. There’s a wee bit of thyme snuggled right up to it. I’ll show you the rest of that thyme patch another day. Maybe Monday.

Today, I’m having a playdate.

A day out.

A field trip in the big TO.

On the GO.

To the AGO.

I’m taking G-Man, and we’re meeting up with one of my fave people, writerly or otherwise.

Lunch is on the menu, as is Anthropocene — Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal, and Nicholas de Pencier.

Anthropocene dramatically illustrates how we, individually and collectively, are leaving a human signature on our world. (AGO website)

I’m a huge fan of Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky, known for his photographic chronicling of global industrial landscapes.

You can learn more about Anthropocene here. I encourage you to do so.

It’s going to rain tomorrow. The Art Gallery of Ontario is one of my fave places to be on a rainy day.

Here be Friday.

Let’s get outta here.

You know what to do. Meet you in the bar in 3…2…1…

Carry on without me. Field trip!


10 thoughts on “Fridaaaaay!… Look This Way 47

  1. Sounds like a great playdate. Like you, I think Edward Burtynsky does some very important and astonishing work. I saw the movie Manufactured Landscapes, portraying some of his work, at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. A documentary I really recommend.

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