With a Geological Twist
I spent 35 years teaching at the University of Calgary. When I retired I started writing, continued with a mineralogical project left over from my university days, and photographing whatever found itself in front of the camera. I moved into a delightful apartment in Burnaby, a community next door to Vancouver, in 2014. This web site is for those of you who might be interested in flash stories, optical mineralogy, volcanic petrology, the odd essy, and amateur photography. 
The photograph above is Mt Robson by moonlight Click on a thumbnail to the right to see a description


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© by J. Nicholls (2015) Although copyright is claimed for these works, you are free to copy, print, and give away copies. You can even sell copies if you can find someone to buy them. What you are not given permission to do is prevent others from doing the same thing, that is: others can also copy, print, give away, or sell copies. I would appreciate being acknowledged as the source. jim.nicholls@shaw.ca