Category: Project 365 – Photo-a-day

Photos that are part of the photo-a-day project.

Snowy, Colder Perambulations

We got out of the house, my daughter, my wife and I to investigate the snowy, colder (-20C+) world surrounding our community of High Level, Alberta. I gave my daughter and wife, each, a camera to use, and, off we went. For me, having… Continue Reading “Snowy, Colder Perambulations”

Frost Point Clusters

At home this Christmas with my daughter and wife – no miles travelled north to south and back; family safe and physically distanced, family by Zoom call – safe and blessed. Good. Through Saturday (our Boxing Day, 2020), each time my wife and I… Continue Reading “Frost Point Clusters”

Skyline Panoramas – Calgary

As you enter Calgary from the south you crest a plateau. You see it, right where you choose between Deerfoot and Barlow Trails. You find yourself looking out and over Calgary’s sprawl. It’s a panorama shot I want to take – Calgary’s skyline looking northward and… Continue Reading “Skyline Panoramas – Calgary”

Just Instinct

Again, a fifty-year-old lens, autumn sun in the late afternoon, white glow and crispness of shape. “’You think too much and I bet it kills the magic,’ he says simply. ‘Some things are just instinct and if you try and replace that with thinking… Continue Reading “Just Instinct”

Light & Time

Early morning, out on High Level’s trails cycling in August – a rich time of mist, colour, light and shadow. Quote to Consider / Inspire – ‘Photographs are just light and time (John Green, Turtles All the Way Down).’ Listening to – ‘Turn, Turn,… Continue Reading “Light & Time”

Moment & Photograph

I am liking a song put out by the New Customs.  It’s about photography, it’s about memory and it’s about being in the moment that pulls you to a photograph and what that moment pulls from you.  The song is called ‘Chasing Light.’ Liking… Continue Reading “Moment & Photograph”

Twin Butte – Turn-off

Near noon, nearing the turn-off toward Twin Butte and St. Henry’s Church – February, 2020; a good day. Quote to Consider / Inspire – ‘To photograph: it is to put on the same line of sight the head, the eye and the heart (Henri… Continue Reading “Twin Butte – Turn-off”

That Day – Out With Cameras

That day – I arrived at Lethbridge the day before.  My daughter had an assignment due for University the next day.  I would go out with cameras for the day and meet her for supper the next evening. Good. Here is one of the… Continue Reading “That Day – Out With Cameras”

Through Camera & Lens

Enjoying this – getting out and seeing the world through a camera and lens.  But, what do you do?  Are you in the predicament of wanting to trial different cameras.  I have used Canon cameras mainly. I have an Olympus EM-5 Mk II and… Continue Reading “Through Camera & Lens”

A Sunday Afternoon Image – Before the Snow Flies

One of the first images with a fifty-year-old rangefinder 90mm prime lens. A Sunday afternoon image found out near Fort Vermilion’s north settlement in colder October days before snow. Quote to Inspire / Consider – ‘Always seeing something, never seeing nothing, being a photographer… Continue Reading “A Sunday Afternoon Image – Before the Snow Flies”

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