I haven’t touched my camera since my return to Canada last April. It’s lying disused, sad, lonely. I have thought about it on several occasions. Recently, when the lake froze over in Kingston, I contemplated running out in my winter gear for some fascinating photographs. But the minus temperature outside, along with my toasty blanket, a line up of Criminal Minds on my laptop and the steaming chicken corn soup I had just made… well, they kept me at bay.
These days, when it comes to photography, I amuse myself with the photographs from my big, fat Indian holiday. They keep me warm.
I have a photograph, “Fishbowl,” in CURA. It was taken in Calcutta, India, last March. You can see it here.
It’s featured in the same issue as poet Oliver de la Paz (!)