1. 10:14 25th Dec 2012

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    tags: winnipeg


    Christmas Morning #winnipeg

    Christmas Morning #winnipeg

     
  2. Last Photo on Flickr.
Taken August 17, 2011, the morning of my flight back to London after staying 2 weeks in Winnipeg. Peanut passed away on Saturday in Winnipeg. Mom had her put down with the help of my Aunt and Uncle who are both vets. Peanut was in rough shape the past few months. She had become a more picky eater, she seemed weak, and was very skinny. When I visited in August, peanut was a rail compared to what she looked like a few years ago, so I can’t even imagine how skinny she was this past week. Mom had talked about Peanut’s rough shape for a little while now, but it’s one of those things you just kinda put to the back of your mind, like it won’t happen, or if it will, it will be in the future, and future you will deal with it. But it can’t be put off anymore now. Out of the two of them (her and Bufford), Peanut was the one who always wanted attention, and loved getting pet. Her and Mom especially were best buds. When Mom would be in her room at the London house, watching TV, Peanut would be there on the bed snoozin. If she was up on the couch doing something, Peanut was on the couch too (that is, if she wasn’t chowing down food.) Peanut and Mom were like a duo of sorts. I don’t know when it will actually sink in. I don’t know how it will sink in! I mean, I had Peanut for half my life! So many years have gone by! I remember when she had Bufford in the basement apartment below ours! I remember when she hissed at me just after she had the kittens for cripes sake. I was scared of her initially. A hissing cat, who wouldn’t? And to think, that white, hissing, shy as hell cat that originally belonged to our downstairs neighbour became our lovable ball of fur. And who knew at the beginning that the 4 of us would spend many great years together. I just wonder how my Mom is going to take it. Peanut was her company (Bufford too, but he’s more of a “free spirit” if you can call a cat that. Peanut was more an asking for pets kind of cat. To pet Bufford, you had to go to HIM.) Peanut was there when she went to bed, and was there when she woke up. It will be much harder on her than Kailey and I, and I know for a fact that the decision to put her down did not come lightly.  But that being said, shes in a better place now. And though she isn’t here physically, her spirit and life will live on in the memories, photos, and videos that we have of her, which will be with us until the end of our own lives. This photo was the last I ever took of her. I will miss you greatly Peanut.

    Last Photo on Flickr.

    Taken August 17, 2011, the morning of my flight back to London after staying 2 weeks in Winnipeg.

    Peanut passed away on Saturday in Winnipeg. Mom had her put down with the help of my Aunt and Uncle who are both vets. Peanut was in rough shape the past few months. She had become a more picky eater, she seemed weak, and was very skinny. When I visited in August, peanut was a rail compared to what she looked like a few years ago, so I can’t even imagine how skinny she was this past week. Mom had talked about Peanut’s rough shape for a little while now, but it’s one of those things you just kinda put to the back of your mind, like it won’t happen, or if it will, it will be in the future, and future you will deal with it. But it can’t be put off anymore now.

    Out of the two of them (her and Bufford), Peanut was the one who always wanted attention, and loved getting pet. Her and Mom especially were best buds. When Mom would be in her room at the London house, watching TV, Peanut would be there on the bed snoozin. If she was up on the couch doing something, Peanut was on the couch too (that is, if she wasn’t chowing down food.) Peanut and Mom were like a duo of sorts.

    I don’t know when it will actually sink in. I don’t know how it will sink in! I mean, I had Peanut for half my life! So many years have gone by! I remember when she had Bufford in the basement apartment below ours! I remember when she hissed at me just after she had the kittens for cripes sake. I was scared of her initially. A hissing cat, who wouldn’t? And to think, that white, hissing, shy as hell cat that originally belonged to our downstairs neighbour became our lovable ball of fur. And who knew at the beginning that the 4 of us would spend many great years together.

    I just wonder how my Mom is going to take it. Peanut was her company (Bufford too, but he’s more of a “free spirit” if you can call a cat that. Peanut was more an asking for pets kind of cat. To pet Bufford, you had to go to HIM.) Peanut was there when she went to bed, and was there when she woke up. It will be much harder on her than Kailey and I, and I know for a fact that the decision to put her down did not come lightly.

    But that being said, shes in a better place now. And though she isn’t here physically, her spirit and life will live on in the memories, photos, and videos that we have of her, which will be with us until the end of our own lives.

    This photo was the last I ever took of her.

    I will miss you greatly Peanut.

     
  3. James Richardson Airport #6 on Flickr.Via Flickr:
December 20, 2010
Winnipeg, Manitoba
The old Winnipeg airport terminal, which has begun to be torn down. (I’m pretty sure this area is all gone now.)

    James Richardson Airport #6 on Flickr.

    Via Flickr:
    December 20, 2010
    Winnipeg, Manitoba

    The old Winnipeg airport terminal, which has begun to be torn down. (I’m pretty sure this area is all gone now.)

     
  4. Canada Flag on Flickr.

    Canada Flag on Flickr.

     
  5. Pembina Traffic on Flickr.

    Pembina Traffic on Flickr.

     
  6. Fly My Pretties! on Flickr.

    Fly My Pretties! on Flickr.

     
  7. winnipegfreepress:

    Photos from the scene of a fire that tore through a historic block of Albert Street in the Exchange District today, destroying a number of businesses. Read more: http://wfp.to/ux5

    I was in that area last August and snapped this:

    Sad to see this happen to such a lovely part of the city.

     
  8. the-mtblog:

August 9, 2011Winnipeg, MB

Now on my Flickr!

    the-mtblog:

    August 9, 2011
    Winnipeg, MB

    Now on my Flickr!

     
  9. the-mtblog:

August 10, 2011Winnipeg, MB 

Now on my Flickr!

    the-mtblog:

    August 10, 2011
    Winnipeg, MB 

    Now on my Flickr!

     
  10. the-mtblog:

August 12, 2011Winnipeg, Manitoba
2011 Matthew Trevithick 

Now on my Flickr!

    the-mtblog:

    August 12, 2011
    Winnipeg, Manitoba

    2011 Matthew Trevithick 

    Now on my Flickr!

     
  11. Portage and Main on Flickr.
August 11, 2011 Winnipeg, MB Taken at Portage and Main on a nice sunny afternoon. Camera is looking south.

    Portage and Main on Flickr.

    August 11, 2011
    Winnipeg, MB

    Taken at Portage and Main on a nice sunny afternoon. Camera is looking south.

     
  12. Ray of Light on Flickr.August 10, 2011
Winnipeg, MB
This was taken near the Exchange District area of Winnipeg.

    Ray of Light on Flickr.

    August 10, 2011
    Winnipeg, MB

    This was taken near the Exchange District area of Winnipeg.

     
  13. December 22, 2010Winnipeg, MB
Sister and Mom walking down a neighbourhood back alley in Winnipeg’s Wildwood neighbourhood.
2011 Matthew Trevithick Photography 

    December 22, 2010
    Winnipeg, MB

    Sister and Mom walking down a neighbourhood back alley in Winnipeg’s Wildwood neighbourhood.

    2011 Matthew Trevithick Photography 

     
  14. August 18, 2006Winnipeg, MB
An old photo of mine (taken on a Powershot A410.. egad..) that I jazzed up and edited.
2011 Matthew Trevithick 

    August 18, 2006
    Winnipeg, MB

    An old photo of mine (taken on a Powershot A410.. egad..) that I jazzed up and edited.

    2011 Matthew Trevithick 

     
  15. August 11, 2011Winnipeg, ManitobaDistortion to the Xtreeme 
2011 Matthew Trevithick 

    August 11, 2011
    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Distortion to the Xtreeme 

    2011 Matthew Trevithick