Hi there! I'm Leah Noble, and this is my blog, "Dream Big Cape Breton." This is the space where I share my thoughts, my photographs, and my take on life in Cape Breton.
It's about making a good life, and it's about connecting with the community here: check out the interviews I've done with other folks.
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I’m starting a new interview series on the blog. I’m feeling “poised” these days, on the edge of whatever will come after I graduate in the spring from my two-year design program at NSCC. (A job? Where? My own business? … Continue reading
Back in February I got rid of Instagram on my phone. I was in a mood for a few months there where I just didn’t want much social media or much to do with my iPhone. I felt like I … Continue reading
When Michelle Richards added me to her Facebook group “Artaeology”, I was immediately intrigued. I knew it had something to do with art, old buildings, photography and Cape Breton. Four things that mean so much to me. But what the heck … Continue reading
Last week one of my classmates very kindly offered to let me use her Canon Rebel digital SLR camera from now until April, as she’s not in the Photography class and isn’t using her camera much. As I’m still waiting … Continue reading
Lately in some of my classes we’ve been working with shadows. The top photo is of an India Ink illustration we had to do. The specs were: an object in silhouette, with a shadow that is of something different. 8″ … Continue reading
Inspired by Elsie of A Beautiful Mess, last spring I got myself a Bamboo tablet. I didn’t practice with it much until now, though, because I didn’t have a Mac nor did I have Photoshop. Excuses, excuses, I know. Anyway, … Continue reading
What I love about October… …cool mornings and earlier evenings. …leaves turning colour. …Halloween – spooky things, orange and black colour themes, cats and spiders. …Thanksgiving and fall decor – oranges, reds, browns. …Lots of wind that pushes all … Continue reading
The signs are sprouting up everywhere. (These ones are some that I passed on a walk the other day, near my house.) Let’s have some fun with this – take a snapshot or two of an election sign or signs … Continue reading
As you may or may not know, Carol Kennedy passed away this week. I’ve known Carol since I was a little girl, but it really only hit me this week just how much she had inspired me. I hadn’t really … Continue reading