Month: March 2019

A Photograph & The Moment Considered

Making a photograph can work in two ways. We can plan a photograph. We can walk the scene, find the strongest way of seeing, decide best vantage point, apply craft and engage light and shadow. We compose the shot, arranges elements that will become… Continue Reading “A Photograph & The Moment Considered”

Lumber Mill Steam

A colder day in High Level, Alberta – perhaps -35C; steam rises from one of the two lumber mills. Quote to Consider / Inspire: ‘The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.’ – Dorothea Lange Listening to: U2’s… Continue Reading “Lumber Mill Steam”


Two winter homestead images from back in November. In each liking the light and colours. Quote to Consider / Inspire: ‘My interest in photography is not to capture an image I see or even have in my mind, but to explore the potential of… Continue Reading “Homestead”

Float Plane – Vancouver Harbor

Looking back through images to this one – a float plane descends to its harbor runway in Vancouver, British Columbia. An Easter vacation with family in Vancouver – a memorable time. Quote to Consider / Inspire: ‘A camera is a SAVE button for the… Continue Reading “Float Plane – Vancouver Harbor”

Photowalk Two-shot Pano

During last October’s Kelby World-wide Photowalk, I snapped two different shots of a retro-green work shed along Ragged Ass Road in Yellowknife. When looking back to my photowalk photos, I recognized that it might be possible to stitch them together in a Panorama in… Continue Reading “Photowalk Two-shot Pano”

Second Look Images

Having a look through photos for the other images, the other possible edits from last September’s jaunt up to Indian Cabins, Alberta. Liking the light, shadow, colours, lines and textures of these burial houses and the narrative(s) that can be gleaned. Quote to Consider… Continue Reading “Second Look Images”

Impossible to Reproduce – Cloudwork

A sunny morning, early in January with my daughter. A breakfast, then dropping her off at her university dorm. From Lethbridge, I travelled along roads taking me from Coalhurst to Standoff, Cardston and Waterton Lakes National Park, then up to Pincher Creek and back… Continue Reading “Impossible to Reproduce – Cloudwork”

Winter Grazing

Bighorn sheep take advantage of a windswept, mountain meadow to graze. Quote to consider – ‘One doesn’t stop seeing. One doesn’t stop framing. It doesn’t turn off and on. It’s on all the time.’ – Annie Liebovitz Listening to: Joni Mitchell’s ‘This Flight Tonight;’… Continue Reading “Winter Grazing”

Just Looking at So Much – South and West from Edmonton

-30C and lower temperatures – a day beginning at 2:00 a.m. with a drive from Edmonton south and west, a day at Abraham Lake and into Banff National Park. Quote to consider – ‘The camera makes you forget you’re there. It’s not like you… Continue Reading “Just Looking at So Much – South and West from Edmonton”

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