2019 will be remembered as the year humanity captured the first-ever image of a black hole! This year also brought fresh changes in our lives, as well as the future of our planet. With such a tumultuous year coming to an end, I though I’d share some pictures that summarize my 2019.
2019 was the second year of my Master’s Thesis, studying the migration of Alewife (Gaspereau) in the coastal habitats of Minas Basin, including areas of tidal turbine development.
This was also the year I met my first Atlantic Salmon,
and my first Stripe Bass!
2019 was a year of new adventures…
of sunrises with loved ones…
and new additions to the family!
This year, one of my paintings will be features on the cover of a published book on the maritime history of the war of 1812!
As a perfect send off, I got to travel to Barcelona for the 2nd World Marine Mammal Conference, hosted by the Society for Marine Mammalogy (SMM) and the European Cetacean Society (ECS),
and do some additional traveling on the side 😜