Beautiful fog descended on campus as the sun was setting earlier last week. Was fun to try and snap some pictures!
Had some spare time before supper today, so I had some fun experimenting with an old Tamron 85-210 mm lens coupled with a lens adapter on my T5.
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy […]
I made sure to bring along my camera on a hike to Siffleur Falls in Nordegg, Alberta. After having been to Jasper a few times now, I forgot how beautiful the other parts of the rockies are. The colours become even more vibrant with the changing of the seasons.
As Lorenzo was staring at Percy as he talked, he began to become less shocked and more overjoyed. Now he could have a friend to talk to about everything under the lights of the office. He would no longer have to feel glum about life’s circumstances: now he would have a friend! As Percy continued […]
I can’t take a good self portrait. That frustrates me. So I’ve started a challenge. Every Friday I’ll take a self portrait with the hopes that one day I’ll take a good one.
Once upon a cloudy day, Lorenzo the Llama was feeling glum. This wasn’t unusual for Lorenzo. However it wasn’t common either. As he gloomily went about his day sitting in his worn out chair, at his battered office desk, typing on his computer, speaking to a limited amount of individuals, he thought. And thought. and […]
Comforted by the past, yet still uncertain of the future. The mist carries beauty, yet still the fog makes us uneasy. In the valley we are satisfied, yet still the pass beckons us, ” go further.” We look into the unknown.
Although photographed during the New Year’s celebrations some time ago, I’ve finally got around to posting them. Perhaps it is appropriate to post pictures of celebration as we near Easter. This is my first experience of photographing something so ominous with film; it was a strange feeling, snapping the shutter and hoping I had everything […]
I heard stories about the misery winter brings for the photographer. Few daylight hours… bland colours… cold harsh weather for equipment. Funny, though, for a prairie dweller like myself, I always imagined there to a magic about winter… something special you can’t find anywhere else. So why not capture that? The last time I checked, this […]