Sunday, March 22, 2015

Canadian Rockies

I know I've been neglecting this blog, as usual. But I figured I'd update it a little with my best photos from this past year. In July I finally got to see the Canadian Rockies. I flew to Edmonton to be the photographer for a friends wedding, then spent about a week camping in Jasper National Park. I also took the amazing drive down the Ice Fields Parkway to Banff. 

*note. Some photos seem over saturated or grainy. I don't know why, something to do with Bloggers upload. Just wanted to clarify that's not how they are intended to look, but I dont know how to fix that on this page. 

Shooting the sunset over the Tonquin Valley in Jasper. 

This is just to the left of the previous photo. Sorrow Peak next to Mt. Edith Cavell.

The Sunrise at Jasper Lake. 5:03am

Leech Lake with Mt Edith Cavell in the distance. 

I shot this while driving slowly through the wildfires in Banff National Park. 

Mt Rundle at sunset. Banff. 

Icefields Parkway

Mount Chephren. Banff.

Pyramid Lake and Pyramid Mountain. Jasper. 

Mount Edith Cavell. Jasper. 

Athabasca Falls and Mt. Kerkeslin. Jasper. 

Mt Kerkeslin from the gorge at the bottom of the falls. 

Rocks along the shore of  Athabasca River at the bottom of the falls.

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Sunday, February 16, 2014

Tobermory Sunset

I tend not to shoot much in the winter months. It's a combination of a hatred of the cold and low levels of interest in snowy landscapes. This winter has been especially bad. So in these dreary months I find myself looking back through my folders of photos from the previous summer. 

Recently I went back to the photos from a trip to Tobermory in June. The photos below are from the best sunset I got to shoot in all of 2013. I had already edited and posted these photos when I got home from that trip. But something was lacking. I liked them, but they're weren't great. I didn't spend much time on them at the time because I had a week's worth of beautiful photos from one of my favourite places in Ontario. 

So the other day I revisited these two photos and gave them the attention they deserved from the start. Not only was this my favourite sunset of the year, I think these two photos are the highlight of my photography in 2013. 

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Abandoned Vehicles of Ontario

Following my post of "Abandoned Houses of Ontario" here is another collection of a few of my favourite photos of abandoned/road side classic vehicles.

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Abandoned Houses of Ontario, Canada.

A collection of my favourite abandoned houses around rural ontario. From Essex to Hastings counties.
At least 3 of these are no longer there, either demolished or burned down. 

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

New Book

I haven't been posting here too much lately but I thought I would post this here as well. I just finished up my latest book. Windsor-Essex Landscapes is a collection of my favourite landscape and night images from around my hometown of Windsor, Ontario, Canada. It is now up for sale on Blurb. Check it out!


Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Boblo Island (1898-1993)

It had been well over 20 years since I had last been to Boblo Island. Back then it was a fully operational amusement park. Recently, a couple friends (23 Photography and RC Photography) and I spent the day exploring and photographing what is left of the island's former glory. 

The Mini Golf Course. 

Ferry Terminal. 

Inside the small shed on the ferry dock.

Boblo Sky Tower

Boblo Sky Tower

Boblo Sky Tower

The former roller rink turned theatre. (Infrared)

The Lighthouse on the South end of the island. 

The bridge/tunnel of the Antique Car track. 

The dance pavilion. 

Monday, July 15, 2013

Bon Echo Provincial Park

The Mazinaw Rock at Bon Echo

About two months ago I finally got hired for one of the many part time jobs I had been applying for. I had about two weeks until I started so I figured it would be a good time to rent a car and get out of this city for a few days. I hadn't been camping by myself in a few years and was starting to miss it, so I began browsing the Ontario Parks website and ended up setting on Bon Echo.

I spent two nights camping at Bon Echo and enjoyed every minute of it. The weather wasn't great but it could have been worse. It was cold most of the time, and near freezing at night with occasional snow/sleet throughout my stay. But the cold weather kept the black flies and mosquitos away.

Here are some of my favourite photos from the trip.

The Mazinaw Rock at Bon Echo

The Mazinaw Rock at Bon Echo

Campsite 114 at night. 

Campsite 114 at night. 

Canoe rentals at the Lagoon. 

The Mazinaw Rock at Bon Echo 
The Mazinaw Rock at Bon Echo

The Mazinaw Rock under the stars and sleet storms. 

Air Traffic over the Mazinaw Rock

Abandoned farmhouse on Hwy 3. Visit number 7 or 8.