Category Archives: Conservation Area


Mills of Central Ontario

Nigel Banks and I headed to the Peterborough area to find us some nifty looking mills. Ball’s Mill, which has been converted into someone’s home, was our very first stop of the day. You’ll notice […]


Darkness that lies in Claireville

Nigel Banks and I headed out to Claireville today. (Yes I know, I go there quite a lot). Parking at the Finch entrance we walked down the hill, over the bridge and up towards the […]



It was late afternoon before I decided to rip myself away from my computer and get out for a short walk at Claireville Conservation Area. Now, normally I park my car at the Finch Ave. entrance […]


Colours of Spencer Creek

My friend Nigel Banks and I headed to Spencer Gorge in Hamilton to get us a waterfall fix. Our destination – Webster Falls. The falls used to be easily accessed to from the Webster’s Falls parking […]


Winter in Limehouse

Nigel and I headed out to Limehouse Conservation Area to photograph the old ruins. I’ve been here a number of times and it can be difficult to find a new way to shoot the small […]


Night at Rockwood CA

With a few friends in tow I headed to Rockwood Conservation Area tonight to do some light painting. We came armed with all sorts of lights, flashes and some coloured gels too. In the photo above […]



Even though Claireville Conservation Area was looking brown last time I was here I decided to go once more to see if I could discover something new and really to just get out of the […]


Autumn in Claireville

Since I didn’t find many colours of fall at the Guildwood Inn I decided to try much closer to home at Claireville Conservation area. During my walk through the park I found lots of brown […]


Into the Wilds

I’ve been feeling a little lazy about driving to far destinations to get some fall photography. Luckily I don’t have to go far to fix my colour fix. My friend Nigel and I met at […]