Category Archives: HDR Photography

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Crawford Lake

Today I woke up to sunny skies but cool temps. Since it is Good Friday not much is open so the best plan of action was to gear up and head out onto the trails. […]

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Sampling of Toronto Graffiti

I promised some more examples of the graffiti I came across while doing my photo walk in Toronto so here they are: I caught this one out of the corner of my eye and had […]

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Downtown Brampton Part One

Some Brampton Photo Club Members got together late this afternoon for a walk around the downtown area of Brampton. Parking at City Hall we headed north along Main Street and I went a little bit […]

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Early Morning at the Falls

Dragging my butt out of bed at some ungodly hour was not my idea of fun on a Friday morning. One of the problems of being a landscape photographer is that those ungodly hours are […]

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Mount Nemo – Part One

Next stop for the weekend was Mount Nemo. This part of escarpment can be seen from the highway and looks impressive and imposing even from that distance. Once parked I made my way over the […]

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Borer’s Falls

A friend and I decided to do an early afternoon hike in Borer’s Falls Conservation Area. Being a pretty hot day I had hoped that being under the cover of the forest may help relieve […]

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Sunrise on the Badlands

Getting up extra early this morning was tough but I did it in the name of photography. This morning my brother and I decided to check out the Cheltenham Badlands as the sun rose. We […]

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Canada Day Long Weekend

This past weekend my friend and I spent our time camping at Rondeau Provincial Park located on Lake Erie in Chatham/Kent. Heading down mid morning from Mississauga we didn’t arrive until almost 2pm but what a […]

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A Frozen River and Fat Icicles

After romping around in the snow with the Brampton Photo Group  at the Limehouse Conservation Area three of us decided to torture ourselves further. We headed north to the Eramosa river just outside the  town of Everton. […]