Category: Photoblog Intention

This category works to establish purpose of the photoblog and to invite others to view the photoblog.

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”

Walterdale Bridge

An August image of the new Walterdale Bridge in Edmonton, Alberta from Saskatchewan Drive looking through to the Alberta Legislature Building. Quote to Consider / Inspire – ‘Photograph: a picture painted by the sun without instruction in Art.’ – Ambrose Bierce Listening to –… Continue Reading “Walterdale Bridge”

A Winter’s Drive

A drive through Mackenze region backroads with my camera on a grey, overcast winter’s day. A cemetery holds burial houses that shelter graves of the deceased, near Rocky Lane. Quote to Consider / Inspire – ‘Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life… Continue Reading “A Winter’s Drive”

Photo Merge – Panorama

A return visit to the St. Louis Catholic Mission in Fort Vermilion’s North Settlement (Buttertown) finds me working with a Sigma 50mm prime lens to limit lens distortion and to create three panorama images. Among upgrades this year for photo-editing have been those associated… Continue Reading “Photo Merge – Panorama”

Alberta South

These images have been culled travelling through southern Alberta: remnants of April snow flurries in the foothills behind Nanton, Alberta; a ripening August grain field encountered on the way to Calgary; a Packard in transport, one true-to-life image and another having editing fun; teepee… Continue Reading “Alberta South”

Ice Break-up

A spring shot – ice break-up on the Peace River at Fort Vermilion. The river banks span almost one kilometre – the telephoto lens has compressed the distance making the river look quite skinny. Pieces of ice floating by are often as big as… Continue Reading “Ice Break-up”

Out of Water – Dormant

A winter shot – the ferry that moves vehicles across the Peace River at Tompkins Landing, Alberta has been pulled from the water and rests dormant until spring. Liking how this image works in several ways. Quote to Consider / Inspire – ‘The whole… Continue Reading “Out of Water – Dormant”

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