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Experiencing the Healing Power of Equine Connections Post Image

Experiencing the Healing Power of Equine Connections

September 16, 2019

Article by Meghan Smith / Photography by Mark Reeder At eight years old, Sue Dixon first fell in love. Her father bought a quarter horse from Picov Downs. The horse, Tobin, had been treated poorly, causing him to be head shy and unwilling to pick up his feet for almost...

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Magical Hinterglas Project Depicts History of Muskoka Post Image

Magical Hinterglas Project Depicts History of Muskoka

September 12, 2019

Article by Meghan Smith / Photography by Tomasz Szumski Light, or the way light shines on a piece of artwork, can completely change the visual experience, from transforming the colours and vibrancy to making the subject come alive. Hinterglas, or reverse glass painting, is a European painting technique that dates back...

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Living with Beavers - A Tale of a Tail Post Image

Living with Beavers - A Tale of a Tail

September 11, 2019

Article by John Challis / Photography by Eleanor Kee Wellman Here’s the paradox about the North American Beaver: It’s a Canadian icon and a symbol of industrious energy. A humble, communal, family-oriented creature, it’s a survivor of everything our weather can deal out. You unflinchingly admire them – and then they...

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