Gros Morne 2.0

I had a great few days out in Gros Morne National Park!

Rocky Harbour at sunset

It was wonderful to be back there – I hadn’t realized just how much I’d missed the place and the people. It was grand to see people we’d got to know, and visit the places that became our home-away-from-home for several weeks last year.

The view from Green Point

There’s a raw, wild beauty to the landscape that captivated me the first time I saw it – and that hasn’t changed one bit. If anything, each visit deepens my appreciation of all the area has to offer.

I got a lot accomplished too – also a very good thing! This return trip had a purpose behind it beyond being blown away by all the beauty: I needed to shoot some more images and video to compliment the work I did during my residency last summer, and I also wanted to create some molds of bedding surfaces at Green Point.


Yay for two part silicone putty!

Happily, the weather cooperated, and so did the cameras … and I’m very happy with the results from the old making too!

A view of the town or Rocky Harbour from Lobster Cove Head

I’m really excited to dig through all the images and video and get editing … and get those molds back to the studio to play with them too! Soon enough.

Just a few more days, and I’m back on the Prairie … how quickly the time has passed!



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