Ed Lehming Photography


“Do you know how there are moments when the world moves so slowly you can feel your bones shifting, your mind tumbling? When you think that no matter what happens to you for the rest of your life, you will remember every last detail of that one minute forever?”  ― Jodi Picoult While on an extended hike yesterday, making photos for my next series, I entered a large meadow, filled with bright yellow… Read More

“All things want to float as light as air through the world witnessing all that is. I am a mote of dust floating freely in the firmament, a person who merely is, and I feel full of joy for all worldly treasures, the immaculate gift of life.” ― Kilroy J. Oldster 8″ x 10″ acrylic on canvas. I’m quite enjoying my new found hobby and getting the feel of the brush. This… Read More

“The whole point of getting engrossed in something that interests you, is that you dissolve into it, the more the intensity…the more you become vapour – you dissolve. In fact, there is no you to judge, to see… only emptiness within, that is the whole purpose of life… at least my life!” ― Ramana Pemmaraju Above, is another photo of “The Gut”, a location mentioned in an earlier post. This time, looking… Read More

“Dawn was breaking over the horizon, shell pink and faintly gold…”  ― J.K. Rowling Today, I move away from flowers and a brief view of my morning. I woke up to a slight orange glow through the camper window and the cry of a loon on the lake. The quintessential Northern Ontario experience. I grabbing my gear, I headed down to the dock.  Mist danced over the water’s surface, barely a ripple… Read More

“Everything in New York is a photograph. All the things that are supposed to be dirty or rough or unrefined are the most beautiful things. Garbage cans at the ends of alleyways look like they’ve been up all night talking with each other. Doorways with peeling paint look like the wise lines around an old feller’s eyes.” ― Ann-Marie MacDonald Yes, it’s my second photo this week of this awesome building, but a… Read More