Paula Wallis's PhotoBlog

After neglecting my photoblog for a SHOCKING length of time, I thought it was high-time I show it some love. Plus I have a little story to tell you. We popped…

I don't normally photograph flowers. It's kind of how I feel about photographing birds. As beautiful as they are to look at, I find that all the images I…

This shot is back from a road trip I took with my daughter back in the summer of 2014 (I'm currently cleaning out all my desktop files as my Mac is dangerously…

The abundance of classic cars is one of the reasons photographers love Cuba. Locals don't have a huge lot of access to replacement parts, though, so they get…

I have a couple of Lensbaby lenses that I like to bring out and play with now and then; the Sweet 50 and the Velvet 56. This one was shot near Mt Baker (with…

This is really just a post to share a fun online event with you that I host every year. It's called the Worldwide Minute and it's the 5th year running that I've…

Despite getting our Westie promptly buried hubcap deep upon our arrival at the beach in Gearhart, Oregon, this was one of my favourite stops along the road trip…

"No one appreciates the very special genius of your conversation as the dog does" - Christopher Morley Oscar's nearly 14 years old now, and his age is…

While doing research for our road trip in the Westie last summer, down the Oregon Coast into California and then back again, I literally re-routed the whole…

I brought my lensbaby on a road trip up to Revelstoke Mountain (also known as "The Stoke") for a snowboard weekend, hoping to have a little play with it while I…

Every now and then something completely random and abstract will catch my eye, simply for the light and shadow of it all. Like this one. Walking down to the…

My daughter was such a little trooper on our Europe trip. She joined us as we traveled by train/car/bus/plane/Uber, and on foot throughout Belgium, England,…

So I might as well get to work on my Cambodia shots, too, while I'm slogging through this enormous backlog of photos. The majority of my travel photos are for…

While traveling through Uganda with The Giving Lens, we had the opportunity arise, unexpectedly, to go chimpanzee trekking at a stop on the looooong drive to …
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