We’ve been going to this spot every year in March since 2005 and every time I was drawn to shoot the exact same spots I did the previous year. I really should make an attempt to see this place in a different way the next time we go there, which probably won’t happen until March…… Continue reading Frozen Cove
I’m no Lucky Luke. I don’t shoot faster than my own shadow. But I kind of like how this picture turns up. We were watching some seagulls being goofy (or dumb, depending on how you look at it) as we were enjoying our ice cream in Port Dover. Would’ve been able to take some more…… Continue reading Missed Opportunity
So we made our annual photo trip to Long Point Provincial Park this past Saturday. The weather was nice, though the sky could’ve been bluer. It was warm enough for me to walk around in a light sweater. Before arriving at the park, we stopped at a couple of spots to watch the migrating tundra…… Continue reading Omega
Utata Speaks is yet another awesome project by Utata that I’m proud to be a part of. It’s a collection of photo essays by Utata members. My contribution is called A Study in Daisies. It’s a personal essay with pictures of — you guessed it — daisies. Check it out!
I forgot to post about my experiment with Ground Glass Photography. I shot these ground glass photos last week. Instead of using a Kodak Duaflex, which I do own, I used an Argus Super Seventy-five. It was a lot of fun. I think I’m going to do it again this weekend.