This month’s theme focuses on “textures”, which in itself should be fairly easy to visualize … If the image below looks familiar it is because I included a black & white version of it in my previous post from the Jamestown photowalk. While I was wandering around the grounds, I was particularly drawn the this […]
Yearly Archives: 2011
I’ve attached a few photos from this past weekend’s Worldwide Photowalk in Langley, BC. This is the third photowalk I’ve had the opportunity to participate in (I missed last years due to a scheduling conflict), and the first in the fall season (the previous ones being held during the month of July). Each successive walk I’ve attended can […]
For this theme I returned back to an image I made last summer during our travels here in British Columbia: the town blacksmith at the historical Barkerville site, working the bellows on his fire. Featuring a new take on my post process visualization.
As a father, I am amazed that beyond the unyielding din of technology kids still can find enjoyment in some of the most simple items, for example sidewalk chalk. Guided solely by their imagination, my pint-sized Picassos always seem to brighten our front walk with a vast interpretation of wild flowers, caricatures, Justin Bieber or […]
While we were down in the Riviera Maya last month, my fellow work colleague (and photographer) Brian asked if I could shoot some engagement shots of him and his fiancée Lisa against the sunset on the Caribbean Sea. Being westcoasters, we quickly learned that the sun sets earlier – and faster – in the east and […]