Abigail Gossage's PhotoBlog

This milkweed was taken in the late afternoon light on one of my last walks in the country. Sadly, after nearly five months in the country, I have returned to…

A happy afternoon was spent by the river photographing rushing water and colours. Same image, different shuter speed. I like them both...

Just down the hill from me is a stream and a pond. Unexpectedly in some instances the images turned out quite painterly.

On a fall shoot out with a friend we came across this deteriorating gem in a field. It is astonishing to me how a trailer built of metal could collapse in its…

A word of explanation as to why I have not been posting, I have had hardware problems that may have lost my work from this summer. Hopefully not but it remains…

As you can tell from my messy garden images, my country haven from COVID 19 is in the wilderness and is most unkempt. Fortunately we like it that way. Nature's…

After the birthday dinner (see previous post) I got to take home the flower arrangement on the podium/diving board. Since then we have been enjoying them as…

Yesterday we had a severe thunderstorm in our neighbourhood so my birthday party got moved indoors thanks to some wonderful neighbours. The power was out for…

The other day I had to drive down to Kingston to pick up my daughter coming in from Toronto. When I got to the station I found the train was late and one of…

It is ladyslipper orchid time at the local conservation area and we just made it in time. By next week they will be well on their way out. The area is a bog…

Both Sean Tucker and Alan Schaller are well known for their work on the streets involving the extremes of light and shadow. I follow both of these…

I suspect trees are going to be a major part of my summer photography but there are indeed other things to see in my neighbourhood. I cannot decide whether I…

And so my summer struggles begin, trying to make photographic sense of the forest chaos in which I live...

As of last weekend I removed myself from the city with the three C's (cameras, cats and computer) and went up to the country for the next four months. The…

It never ceases to amaze me that no matter how often I walk a familiar route I can find something to shoot. In this case I walked along the canal from ny…

Not quite ready to move up to the country for the next three to four months, depending on the situation, so I met up with a friend and went for a walk along the…

Going out for a walk shortly after 6:30 am meant that although it was cool it was mercifully free of blackflies. Later in the day they were swarming but at…

It was a wonderful respite from the urban jungle when I went up to the country this weekend. My grandson and his lady
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