Category: Canon 30D

Winter’s Tail-end …

A cluster of B-side photos remain – Fort Vermilion’s former times Buttertown homes, winter farming scenes (equipment and buildings, deposited in their last left locations, ‘medias res’), icicle lens edits and former MacKenzie highway construction vehicles. It’s this winter’s tail-end, a time to close… Continue Reading “Winter’s Tail-end …”

Animate Slap

At sunset, on a lake north from Dixonville, Alberta, on the west side of a highway’s curve, a beaver has swum towards me to determine whether or not I’m animate, part of the setting or active within its setting. When my movement becomes large… Continue Reading “Animate Slap”

Away from the City

Away from its cities, out in Alberta’s hinterland Alberta’s land is a great, huge space, with landscapes and regions that vary substantially in terrain and vegetation from North to South and from West to East. Its strength – strength of economy, strength of resource… Continue Reading “Away from the City”

Ocean-going, Lake-bound – What’s Next?

A summer’s day in early July finds my son, newly graduated from high school, awaiting word of acceptance to the University of Alberta and the possessor of a day off from his job cooking in a local restaurant. My son and I travel north… Continue Reading “Ocean-going, Lake-bound – What’s Next?”

Midnight’s Summer Images

South and east from High Level a wood mill’s burner burns sawdust. North from High Level there’s a sod farm. Both images are summer images shot very close to midnight in early July. Listening to – my own fretting of Dave Matthew’s ‘Crash into… Continue Reading “Midnight’s Summer Images”

53 Ford & Window Shopping

Our landscape, just south of Canada’s 60th parallel, grows brighter as sunlight’s intense intensity intensifies, day by day. Today has been our first real glimpse of the spring we are moving into. Graders, snow blowers and huge dump trucks have been hauling snow away… Continue Reading “53 Ford & Window Shopping”

Moored – Day’s End

One of the inlets, off the Great Slave Lake serves as home to three smaller boats just across the way from where the Canadian Coast Guard moors its smaller vessels. The water, calm, reflects the boats and sky – the end of one of… Continue Reading “Moored – Day’s End”

Edmonton – Freshly Green in June

Of all reasons to take up photography, the most significant and most poignant is to draw together memory of home. Edmonton’s Skyline from the southeast, from Strathearn Drive is the strongest memory I have of Edmonton. My grandparents’ last Edmonton home was on Strathearn… Continue Reading “Edmonton – Freshly Green in June”

That Surfer Van

A few years back a film featured Joe Pesci as homeless vagrant haunting the boiler room of a Harvard University library – seen by students a few times, more apparition than real … thought to be the ghost of Walt Whitman. A student, an… Continue Reading “That Surfer Van”

Keens & Walkabout Fridays

Scott Smith, CMO of Motivation to Move, was the first person to let me and his listeners in on certain rejuvenating aspects of the secret Life of entrepreneurs, the matter of setting aside the occasional Friday for walkabout, times to reconnect with friends and… Continue Reading “Keens & Walkabout Fridays”

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