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!