Abigail Gossage's PhotoBlog

The Holocaust Memorial in Boston is a truly unique glass structure of six towers with victims' name incised into the panels of glass. It is a very moving…

Probably the highlight of the urban/street workshop with Steve Simon was our experience of a Memorial Day Parade in Cambridge. As a foreigner it was an unique…

The workshop in which I was participating was primarily about street photography with some added elements of urban shooting. I found that a lot of my people…

We were not due to meet for the beginning of the workshop with Steve Simon until 2:00 pm so I decided to do a sunrise walk down to the harbour and back. Best…

On arrival in Boston for a street/urban photography workshop with Steve Simon it became immediately obvious that much of Boston's history was formed by the fact…

Although the waters of the Ottawa River have been receding over the last few days, rain is forecast for tonight. As the waters from Temisqueming and further…

This weekend's images seem to revolve around bare trees that have not yet budded but were basking in the unusual sunlight. Not a tree but part of a cedar log…

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…

There has been so little sunshine in the last bitter end to winter that when the sun shows up it behooves one to get out and enjoy. I took a walk through my…

A friend and fellow photographer and I made the annual spring pilgrimage to the Hogs Back Falls on the Rideau River. In 2017 there were devastating floods on…

I am always complaining to myself that I no longer see anything in my country neighbourhood to shoot. However add water to the mix and things become magical…

Yesterday afternoon I went back to the scene of the fire (see previous post) that ravaged five of the buildings in the historic Market area of Ottawa. To my…

A fire broke out this afternoon in the attic of a well-known restaurant in the Byward Market. Fortunately no one was hurt, unfortunately several heritage…

Today was the first genuine day of spring so I walked across the Alexandra Bridge to savour the warm weather and the vistas from under the bridge.

On the weekend the Ottawa Choral Society performed a very excellent rendition of Bach's St. John Passion . As I knew many of the performers I was allowed to…

Vancouver"s Public Library is a wonderful architectural experience. In addition to the usual library amenities such as the stacks and reading spaces, it is…

Back in Vancouver we took a stroll along Londsdale Quay in the late afternoon sun. A sculpture mimicking the mountains that surround the city

The last of my hurried photo shoots in Victoria. Time was limited so we did the best we could. The old Customs House; all the prospectors on the various gold…
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