Category Archives: Flower Photography

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Cherry Blossoms

I went out with Roy Ramsay, editor of Outdoor Photography Canada magazine, to do some Cherry Blossom photography. It’s finally that time of year when we have that one week period to photograph these trees […]

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Unexpected Find

The last time I drove by the ditches filled with Purple Loosestrife it was overcast and very different than today’s beautiful blue skies. That means that I must stop again for a photo op.  As […]

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Hiking the Wodehouse Trail

Today was another gorgeous day out on the trails. I’m still hiking the Kimberley area of the Bruce but today it seemed a little magical. The greens of the trees seem to glow. It’s that […]

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Backroad Bonanza

It is always sad when the weekend ends so quickly but, I guess it eventually has to end.  Now that didn’t mean we couldn’t take our time leaving the area by taking the scenic way. Driving the […]

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Fields of Bergamot

Roy Ramsay, of Outdoor Photography Canada magazine, and I have spoken on numerous occasions about photographing fields of lavender and in one of our previous excursions this summer we came across the Lavender Store out […]

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Fields of Canola

My friend Roy Ramsay of Outdoor Photography Canada invited me out to photograph¬†canola fields just north of the city. At first I thought it would be difficult to find ones close by until they kept […]

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Orchids along Singing Sands

After a great day yesterday at Singing Sands, Kayla and I went back for round two. We decided to take the longer trail before heading home from our weekend away. Along the trail we discovered […]

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In Search of Orchids

My friend Kayla and I decided to go up to Tobermory during their Orchid festival this weekend but decided to hike to the locations on our own schedule. Having been to the festival last year […]