Tag: climate

Framed to Edit

Three weeks back, in the midst of mileage and a COVID pivot, on a road west in Southern Alberta I was able to stop, get out of my truck, frame this image and two others, return to my truck and motor on. Many elements… Continue Reading “Framed to Edit”

Foothills Pivot

A COVID pivot provides minimalist moments among the modulation and ramble of foothills roads in southernmost Alberta. Quote to Consider / Inspire – “Photography, as we all know, is not real at all. It is an illusion of reality with which we create our… Continue Reading “Foothills Pivot”

January Homestead

Liking this bit of winter morning light, directional light, side-light – intensity and shadows – falling on snow and an Alberta homestead, a first image in a long while. Quote to Consider / Inspire – “… I believe that the real challenge of photography… Continue Reading “January Homestead”

Solitary Return

Solitary, a Sunday afternoon motorist returns home northward along northern Alberta roads, descending down the five kilometres that comprise the Twin Lakes hill. Listening to – Sigur Ros’ ‘Glosoli,’ the Lumineers’ ‘Stubborn Love’ and Ed Sheeran’s ‘Firefly.’ Quote to Inspire – “There is only… Continue Reading “Solitary Return”

North Country Cloud-work

Wednesday’s travel took me from my Calgary, Camera Store stop northward on my return drive to High Level. Around dinner-time, between Mayerthorpe and Whitecourt the cloud-work and evolving sunset on the southwest of the highway were a spectacular sight among a huge and open… Continue Reading “North Country Cloud-work”

Cattails & Snow Curves

I’m liking these cattails and the lengthening curves of the snow in which they are set. Listening to – Tim Reynolds fret a number from the Live at Radio City concert with Dave Matthews, ‘You Are My Sanity’; then it’s Dave Matthews and Tim… Continue Reading “Cattails & Snow Curves”

Cable & Ice Bridge

Cable has been wound upon one of two huge snow-covered spools used to pull the Edmonton Queen ferry up and out from the Peace River at Tompkins’ Landing, Alberta. The first image, a macro shot explores light, colour and texture of cable on the… Continue Reading “Cable & Ice Bridge”

Snow – Warmed

In Spring wind skims over sun-warmed snow, blowing and lifting moisture laden air sky high. A blue sky day can become cloud-ridden in hours. Alberta skies feature in images along the southward drive to Edmonton in Spring. Listening to – Coldplay’s ‘Mylo Xyloto,’ ‘Hurts… Continue Reading “Snow – Warmed”

Sun, Wind & Weather

Sangudo, Alberta – on a sunny day, closing in on spring, buildings from a former farming time continue to erode with wind and weather. Sun heats snow-laden earth and clouds begin to billow and move eastward over the horizon. Listening to – Josef Myslivecek… Continue Reading “Sun, Wind & Weather”

Moored – Day’s End

One of the inlets, off the Great Slave Lake serves as home to three smaller boats just across the way from where the Canadian Coast Guard moors its smaller vessels. The water, calm, reflects the boats and sky – the end of one of… Continue Reading “Moored – Day’s End”

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