Tag Archives: ruins

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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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Bayfield in InfraRed

It’s the end of a long weekend here in Canada and it turned out to be another busy one for me. I had weddings on both the Saturday and Sunday and their locations were quite […]

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On the Trail with…Bears?

After a good’s night sleep at Cape Croker I broke down the tent and headed to Sydney Bay Bluff, a trail not too far away from the campground. Actually, the hike would take me to […]

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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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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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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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A Detour

Since we were unable to catch a sunset at the Sandhill Dunes last night we decided to try for a sunrise today. At least that was the plan. When we awoke to cloudy skies our […]

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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 […]

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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 […]