Category: Winter

Pencilled Rendering

I like this look of pencilled shadow and light as one means of rendering photographs. The week has allowed me to replace failing office equipment, to clear things that have been on my desk far too long and to remove former prints from my… Continue Reading “Pencilled Rendering”

Rolling Canvas

Tattooed with graffiti, two hopper cars await loading and transport at High Level’s grain terminal, late on a Sunday afternoon, as the sun sets. Listening to – Neil Young’s ‘The Needle and the Damage Done,’ Steve Miller’s ‘Take the Money and Run,’ Aerosmith’s ‘Living… Continue Reading “Rolling Canvas”

Perpendicularity

A quieter hour, long before winter’s sunrise in a landscape usually populated by students in daylight hours, in spring, summer and fall. Liking the interplay of shadow and light, perpendicularity and depth within these images. Listening to – Edie Brickell’s ‘What I am,’ Concrete… Continue Reading “Perpendicularity”

Looking Up & Forward

The day held a meeting and rather than a team of colleagues going, I would attend the meeting alone. I took camera gear with me. I hoped that the day would yield photographs, that I would find myself within the situation of a photograph.… Continue Reading “Looking Up & Forward”

Meandering, Stumbles & Tumbles

Our weather has been warm for January. In a portion of the year when we are accustomed to -40C and colder, last night rain fell upon our world. A thick slippery mat of ice coated all – vehicles moved with success while our biped… Continue Reading “Meandering, Stumbles & Tumbles”

Flatiron Dreamcatcher

This building is likely the only building in Edmonton in the Flatiron architectural style – triangular in shape with curved windows at its toe. One would find this building in the twentieth century and it would reflect Edmonton opulence. The Gibson Block building, built… Continue Reading “Flatiron Dreamcatcher”

Stabilizing Forgiveness

I have been intrigued to find success in creating night time images from handheld shots using wide open aperture and ISO 6400; stabilization must have been accounted for and become the forgiveness factor in this camera. Good! Listening to – liking Martyn Joseph’s new… Continue Reading “Stabilizing Forgiveness”

Morning Marvels

Popcorn size chunks of hoar frost line the length of a light standard’s striations, more of January’s morning crystalline marvels. Quote to Consider – “If your photos aren’t good enough, then you’re not close enough.” – Robert Capa Listening to – Adele’s ‘Hello,’ ‘Send… Continue Reading “Morning Marvels”

Morning’s Way

Six kilometres distance is my morning walk around High Level. I am plugged in, listening to a podcast that opens out a little further my understanding of the world. Words from a podcast interview catch my ear – “The greatest mysteries are the simplest… Continue Reading “Morning’s Way”

Where Community Happens

At Christmas we stayed in a West Edmonton hotel. Each morning a crew of cooks serves breakfast to a gaggle of patrons – early morning faces, searching for sustenance to anchor them to their day – tea, coffee, eggs, a bagel. Goodwill, care and… Continue Reading “Where Community Happens”

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