Category Archives: Ruins

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Vine Covered Homes & Waterfalls

Today I headed with my friend Nigel up to Lion’s Head for a weekend adventure on the trails. This three and a half hour drive can be tedious but there are some goodies to photograph […]

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Old Fences and the Colour Yellow

A quick walk around the neighbourhood can wield some fun things to photograph. I have passed this fence many times on my walks but today it caught my eye and I decided to photograph it. […]

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A Basket Full of

I went back to explore that basket near my neighbourhood creek. I’m not sure what it is about this torn up basket but I felt I needed to explore this object just a few more […]

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The Limehouse Adventure

I bought a new camera – the D810, while I was waiting to service my D800. My brother also ended up buying a camera not too long after. So, both of us decided to go out […]

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Bike Ride through Caledon

Nigel and I decided to get out for a bike ride today. After quite a few times of talking about going to Ken Whilans Resource Management Area we finally decided that today was the day. […]

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The Covered Bridge

Today I went out to a yarn festival quite a ways west of town. It was a fun outing but it was the drive home where I had the most fun. The small town of […]

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Stone Bridges and Wildly Shaped Plants

I traveled up to the Ottawa area this weekend with a my friend Nigel to meet up with our friend Paul. And of course, going anywhere with Nigel means a lot of pit stops before […]

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When My Obsession Began

Although I have dabbled in the occasional InfraRed photo I finally bit the bullet and got myself a converted camera to play with. Needless to say this is my new obsession. I blame Nigel Banks. […]

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Beauty in Destruction

With fall colours pretty much done for this year it was time to think of somewhere interesting to go. With Roy Ramsay of Outdoor Photography Canada as my cohort for the day we headed north […]