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“It’s just people helping people”, he said, and I rolled my teenage eyes. We had moved an altogether-too-big-for-the-truck horse-drawn sleigh to a friend’s flower shop in Sarnia to serve as a Christmas display. I was along for the job as … Continue reading
Back row, centre: George Foster, my grandfather. A pivotal figure in my life. I remember every day.
Since my Mom passed on my Pop’s camera bag to me, full of his gear, I haven’t been able to open it. That’s a lot of gravity there on the shelf. That bag went everywhere. On boats, on trucks, on … Continue reading
Photo: Duncan M. White 46 years ago today, I got a brother. David George White. How fortunate I am… that our adventures continue. DW
Takin’ you all the way back to the late ‘80’s for Throw Back Thursday. That’s my Pop, the original photographer. *My* original photographer. Sifting through hundreds of his photos today, we found lots of gems. And yeah, that’s how we … Continue reading
Private J. Foster, World War I, 1914-15 Star
Duncan McLean White, 1942-06-17 to 2014-03-31There’s a hole in the world where my Pop used to be. DW
This hand held my hand on my way into the world. Now I hold this hand on its way out. This one’s for my Pops. DW
Duncan McLean White, who has taken a hundred thousand photos and likely made as many friends.