Tag Archives: black and white

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Tiffany and Sherman

I went out shooting with Roy Ramsay of Outdoor Photography Canada magazine in Hamilton today. We decided that with the heavy rains and the spring runoff we should photograph both Tiffany and Sherman Falls.  Spring […]

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Haunted

Today was the perfect day to head out to Rob Roy and photograph the old haunted house. Here is a quick look at the scene I found when I passed by. Beautifully dark and stormy, […]

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Waterfalls of Hamilton

Nigel called me up and asked if I would be interested in a day trip to Hamilton to check out some of the waterfalls. Well, you know I said yes. What was supposed to be […]

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In Search of Owls

Nigel along with the Brampton Photo Group invited me on one of their outings in the hopes of capturing the snowy owl up in the Holland Marsh area. The area is known for wintering snowy […]

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Algonquin Roadside Stop

I am up in Muskoka this weekend to help shoot a wedding with Brad Quarrington  Since I was up here thought I might drive over to Algonquin Provincial Park for a quick look-see before heading home. […]

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Billie Green and the Fog

My friend, Dave Hook, called me up asked if I wanted to get out to photograph Billie Green Falls in Hamilton. I jumped at the chance as I had never visited that falls before. Little […]

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Alberta and the Great Sandhill Dunes

Today Nigel and I were headed over the Saskatchewan/Alberta border to check out a small town called Empress. With another day of chilly temps and cloudy skies it made for some great moody photographs. This […]

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Two Red Chairs

It’s our last day in Newfoundland before we head out on the ferry tomorrow to the mainland. We leave Gros Morne behind as a light drizzle falls. The National Parks have put a campaign together involving […]

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Eye Sockets and Outhouses

Waking up to drizzly weather we packed up our gear and headed north to Arches Provincial Park. Although the drizzle disappeared a fog had settled in but that didn’t stop us spending quite a bit […]