Nature

Wall clusters & splits

I have been working on a couple geometric photo collages and liked the way they turned out so I thought I’d share them. They can come on a thin wrap canvas, metallic or non-metallic, metal prints, as well as really nice canvas wraps. The last two mediums are my preference unless you have specific lighting…

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A couple more from Southern Ontario

Sorry it has taken me so long to get these up, but I guess better late than never! The images are from Algonquin National Park, Sibbald Point on lake Simcoe, and my awesome artistic director and wife extraordinaire Wendy!

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Foggy evening in Saskatoon

I snuck away around midnight a week ago to play down by the river! The fog was flowing with a light breeze and the river was flowing so I closed down the shutter and hoped for the best! Nikon D700 Nikkor 14-24 f2.8 Nikkor 28-70 f2.8 Nikkor 70-200 f 2.8 RRS TVR-33s tripod & BH-55…

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Royal Ontario Museum

Spent the better part of the day walking around the ROM today. Wendy and I were excited to see their dinosaur display they have been advertising so we paid our $15 each and made our way down to B1 to check it out. We found ourselves at another till, which we were required to pay…

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Playing in the rain

Wendy and I flew into Toronto’s Pearson International Airport last Saturday and have been cruising around chasing fall colours for the past 2 days. We headed north to Parry Sound and Killbear Park, but the rain thwarted our attempts to shoot the wind swept trees along the rocky outcrops of the park. I tested the…

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Some HDR’s from a cold morning!

I headed out into the muskeg on a cold October morning to get some sunrise shots. I created some of images using the High Dynamic Range technique, trying to capture the rising sun and the soft light on the tamarack’s. They are a beautiful peach colour right now, preparing to drop their needles for the…

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Another amazing Aurora Borealis!

Hello All, I thought I’d share a couple new shots from last nights magnetic storm in northern Alberta. They were taken with a D700, 14-24 f2.8, mc-36 release, RRS tvr-33 and BH-55 ballhead. Enjoy! And my personal favourite…

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American mid-west 2012

My wife Wendy and I had an awesome whirlwind trip through Colorado, Utah, and Arizona through the beginning of July. We Traveled to La Junta, Colorado to visit Picket Wire Canyon. We made our way back to Morrison to catch a Red Rock concert which was amazing. I’m not ashamed to say it, but Yanni…

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CTV Morning Live

I would like to say thank you to Andrea and the crew of CTV Morning Live for my interview this morning. Here is the direct link to where you can vote for my picture. Click here. Thanks for looking!

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Picket Wire Canyon

Yesterday Wendy and I had the opportunity to visit the Picket Wire Canyon area located in the Comanche National Grasslands Park, La Junta, Colorado. The USDA Forestry Services was gracious enough to supply us with a guide. Our guides name was Kevin Lindahl and he was awesome! I bet the USDA FS wishes they had…

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