From 1999 all the way to 2008 an organization called the Presbyterian Young People’s Society (PYPS) was a big part of my life. PYPS helped me with social skills, leadership, faith, and photography. From 2002 onwards I always had a camera with me at events, all film at first, then mostly digital, and film starting to creep in again at the end. From 2003 onwards I was heavily involved in the leadership of the group as well, and every year we would attend a leadership retreat at Crieff Hills. Crieff is a large area of land donated to the Presbyterian Church in Canada by the McLean family and now serves as a retreat area for the church as a whole and beyond. So for week 48 I was aiming to wander the historic downtown Cambridge. Funny how things change on the very day. As I’m driving I notice that the light is perfect and just let instincts take over, and I found myself back at Crieff.