Category Archives: Local Photography

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Walking the Trail

It’s hard to believe that we are essentially halfway through summer. How quickly time passes when there is so much fun to be had. I have been trying to get as much time on the […]

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Grey Highlands River

I decided recently that I need some more black and white in my life. So in that vain, I picked one of my photographs from this morning’s hike on the Bruce Trail to have some […]

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A Day of Randomness

Today was a busy photography day. First I met up with Nigel for some roadside photography. We found an abandoned house off the main road and we spent some time photographing the exterior. When I […]

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Family Camping Weekend – Awenda PP

It’s that time of year again – Family & Friends Camping Weekend. Our annual trek to a nearby provincial park to catch up with family and friends as we get silly, take photos, hit the […]

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Black and White Macros on the Trail

Some days its hard to find unique photos from my hikes on the Bruce Trail. The problem mostly lies with me as I feel like I’m looking at the same photos over and over again. […]

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Macro Love and Canada Day

I picked up a new lens today. It’s actually an old manual micro lens from Nikon but what a beauty it is. Check out one of the first photos I took with it this morning. […]

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Green and Yellow

After a busy month of photographing weddings, and the last one of the month last night, it was time to get back out and reconnect with nature. A short drive just north of Orangeville brought […]

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An Insect’s World

This weekend I was back on the Bruce Trail and I am happy to report that there be flowers and insects happily doing their thing. I just love summer – warm temps, flowers blooming and […]

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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 […]