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Summer’s End & Fort MacLeod

A too-long drive finds me having travelled 1200 km one-way, southward on a Labour Day weekend.  I am taking my daughter’s car down to her, at University in Lethbridge.  She and her mother are travelling together in my truck with boxes of personal effects… Continue Reading “Summer’s End & Fort MacLeod”

Caress and Collide

Land, cloud, light and colour – in juxtaposition they caress and collide yielding immensity in southern Alberta prairie and among foothills and mountains. Quote to Consider/Inspire – ‘To photograph is to hold one’s breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It’s at… Continue Reading “Caress and Collide”


Immensities – southern Alberta prairie that stretches out unending, wind and cloud moving in the sky above and these four-story tall wind turbines. Each immensity is a necessary component of what are termed ‘wind-farms,’ an alternate means of creating electricity that does not require… Continue Reading “Immensities”

Azure – Return-to

The Azure grain elevator has been an intended, return-to location for my camera and me.  The last time I shot this grain elevator, I did so in the early afternoon and was looking into the sun. Doing so, produced more of a silhouette and… Continue Reading “Azure – Return-to”

Summer’s End – Foothills

Gratitude – an evening’s opportunity to be out with cameras behind Nanton, westward into foothills at summer’s end. Quote to Inspire – ‘All photographs are accurate. None of them is the truth (Richard Avedon).’ Listening to: ‘Cycle,’ ‘Morning,’ ‘Heart is a Drum’ and ‘Say… Continue Reading “Summer’s End – Foothills”

Nanton Grain Elevators

A few Nanton, Alberta moments, perhaps an hour’s worth of stop and start in collecting these grain elevator images with an older rangefinder camera, the camera slowing me down … allowing me to think through exposure settings, the gather of composition, the finding of… Continue Reading “Nanton Grain Elevators”

That Truck

A two-tonne grain truck sits on the north side of the highway connecting Lethbridge with Fort MacLeod.  The truck and the landscape it sits within intrigue. On the southern side of the highway are coulees and then further south is the Blood Reserve. Quote… Continue Reading “That Truck”

Seeing It, Naming It – There

In Alberta’s northwest my family and I have lived in Fox Lake, Garden River, La Crete and High Level. The roads are long and distances travelled influence our cost of living. It can be cost effective to travel south for supplies if you are… Continue Reading “Seeing It, Naming It – There”

Look-back Edits – Iceland

A friend has been keeping up with my Facebook shares this past week. She has noticed that I am sharing many Iceland photos that I come across. Her encouragement, knowing I am a photographer, is for me to get myself over to Iceland and… Continue Reading “Look-back Edits – Iceland”

Anchored Home

It is July, 2020. We are two weeks out from our last day of school. Summer has begun. We have had enough rain – there have been wildfires, but the threat they pose to the community, so far, is limited (a welcome change from… Continue Reading “Anchored Home”


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