NSCAD Intermediate Fashion Show 2011 Photo Gallery

I had the chance to attend and be part of the photography team for the NSCAD Intermediate Fashion Show 2011, Ninety Nine Days In on the evening of December 14, 2011. The photos I took appear below, posted with permission. Just click on the thumbnail to get a larger view. Click on the Permalink icon in the slide show to get it full sized.

My favourite, for sure, are the set of 4 dresses at the end by Jennie Bijou’s Effervescence collection. Well made, beautifully designed, themed, natural as its inspiration, Bravo!

Feel free to post opinions! Please click here to see more of my photography.

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A Canvas a Day – Painting for Charity

For every single day in 2011, Joanne Arbuthnott of Nova Scotia has been creating a painting for charity… and writing about it. Her A Canvas a Day blog shows the incredible collection of art work Joanne has created in 2011, and captures her journey in detail with an entry with most paintings.

Joanne is continuing to sell off her art work for the Children’s Make-A-Wish Foundation, but whether you are interested in buying any, I highly recommend you have a look and read! And tell someone you know!

A three minute Eastlink TV interview gives a summary of her journey below.

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Steve Jobs Could Be the MOST Popular Outfit This Hallowe’en

It’s easy.

Black turtleneck. Official St.Croix brand optional at $190 US.

Blue jeans.

Tennis shoes.

Glasses.

Not that much hair on your head.

A little hair on your face.

An Apple gadget or two.

Diet optional.

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Congratulations to Japanese Women for Winning Soccer World Cup Finals 2011

Congratulations to the Japanese women soccer team for winning the 2011 FIFA World Cup in soccer!

They fought courageously, coming back from a goal down twice reasonably late in the game to tie it 2-2 in extra time. Then they won it decisively on in penalty kicks, not needing to finish the set to win it 3-1, becoming the first Asian soccer World Cup champions. Absolutely true to their underdog label to the very end!

The US may have seemed to have dominated play, with 27 shots to a dozen or so by the Japanese. However, it was all an illusion. The Japanese had more shots on goal than the US, at 6-5. The Japanese also had the ball 53% of the time.

The US was the flashier team, but the Japanese was the more consistent team.

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