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A couple of years ago I discovered the work of Saul Leiter through a documentary about him, titled 'In No Great Hurry'. I’ve always been a predominantly…

Was reading a book by my mosaic earthen lampshade when the interesting patterns it created caught my eye - Below are some samples of my experimenting. I wonder…

Enjoying an early afternoon out and about the display in this store front window caught my attention. Not only did I like the product display, I loved the…

The Chaudière bridge is closed to both traffic and pedestrians due to extreme flooding and concerns for the structure. They will not even let folks on to the…

Yesterday the Robins arrived at our house. I heard their call through the window. When I looked out I saw them playing along the edge of a puddle in our yard. I…

A A panoramic view of reflections stitching 3-16:9 aspect ratio shots together. The white in the reflection is snow on the rocks across river. The right side…

I’m not an early morning person. I get why early risers love it. It’s cooler, the air feels a little fresher, there is less nose, you feel like you have command…

On my way home ... A memorial to the loss of someone dear - always in perfect condition In love with his cat!

A few years a go I started a series on airport people. People who spend a lot of time in airports are just comfortable there and behave differently than…

I must admit I have been very lucky of the photographs I have been able to capture this winter. Whether it’s been photographing the countryside on a snow day or…
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