Photos that are part of the photo-a-day project.
On Thursday evening, the temperature in High Level, Alberta dropped from -10C to -20C+. The moisture in the air transitioned to noticeable fog and then crystallized on physical objects producing a beautiful array of hoarfrost on trees, buildings and fences throughout the town. I… Continue Reading “A Moody Change in Winter Weather”
On Monday, January 2, 2012, my daughter and I drove from Edmonton and returned to High Level, concluding our Christmas visit with family. Opportunities for photographs were available throughout the drive; and, as with any travel that combines photography with moving towards a destination… Continue Reading “Images from the Journey Home”
Homestead Here is a black and white photograph of a homestead between Donnelly and Peace River, Alberta – an image receiving attention from bloggers; structure, design and texture attract. My intention for this photograph initially has been the exterior; but, with photographs of homes… Continue Reading “Homestead – Donnelly, Alberta”
31 December 2011 – My daughter and I took my son back to Edmonton to return him to his University of Alberta dorm at Lister Hall on December 30, 2011. The trip allowed for vehicle maintenance at West Edmonton Hyundai, two festive meals with… Continue Reading “Edmonton – A Brief Photowalk in a Place I Want to Photograph”
One year ago today my intention for photography in coming to Edmonton over Christmas was to capture sense of place. In any visit I had previously made to Edmonton through the years, I spent time on Whyte Avenue looking through Art shops for images… Continue Reading “28 December 2010 – Look Back Photos (Edmonton’s Low Level Bridge and Skyline)”
24 December 2011 – On the afternoon preceding Christmas eve, in scrubbing our kitchen floor, my wife and I moved several wine bottles from the floor to our kitchen counter. Later, a ham cooked in an old, well-used roasting pot (in my wife’s family… Continue Reading “Christmas Eve – A Kitchen in Readiness for Celebrating Christmas”
23 December 2011 With photography, because assets are invested in capturing images, it is likely a good thing to create a system of ‘intended practice’ so that time and resources are not wasted. While image capture can occur anywhere within any environment, determining what… Continue Reading “On My Mind – Intended Practice for Photography”
Still Life – While Waiting 22 December 2011 I’ve been to Edmonton and back quite quickly in the last two days – through a snow storm on the way down and upon slick roads on the way back. I’ve brought my son home from… Continue Reading “While Waiting – A Still-Life Image”
20 December 2011 – daylight, winter images around High Level, Alberta; we’re nearly at 60 degrees North. So, sunrise happens quite late (9:00 a.m.) and sunset happens quite early (3:30 p.m.). Daylight is diminished and there’s more dusk at this time of year. The… Continue Reading “Daylight Winter Images”
It has been a whirlwind weekend traveling to Grande Prairie and back, all in pursuit of Christmas. Of the landscape travelled through, weather’s interaction at the Dunvegan Bridge over the Mighty Peace was shifting mist and cloud against a backdrop of conifers laced with… Continue Reading “Christmas Lights – Grande Prairie, Alberta”
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