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March 1, 2017 A Visit to the Fairmont Tremblant

  Those of you who regularly follow my work might know that I have a bit of a love affair with Mont Tremblant, Quebec. I’ve visited the area a number of different times in a variety of seasons, stayed at four different properties, and always leave with a smile on my face and great memories. […]

January 14, 2017 Picturing Arizona: A Photo Gallery of the Southwest

Picturing Arizona I live in Eastern Ontario, Canada.  You can see into the Province of Quebec across the Ottawa River from my house.  While it is white and cold out there at the moment, there are many times throughout the year where it is very green and very lush.  It’s a far cry from the […]

November 25, 2016 Just Add Snow

What a difference a week can make!  We had been enjoying an unseasonably mild November, and just last Thursday  (November 17th) I was out for my “day off hike” (I try to get out into the woods and decompress on my day off).  Following a series of trails I arrived at a location where beavers […]

August 1, 2016 Photography Destination: Mont Tremblant, Quebec

Check me out on: Google+: | Facebook: | Twitter: | Flickr: | 500px: | Sign Up for My Newsletter : There are a number of “in vogue” photography destinations at the moment:  Iceland and the Patagonia region in Chile immediately spring to mind.  But not every photographer can afford the expense of such a trip.  […]

June 23, 2015 Capital Connections – (Ottawa, Canada)

Canada’s capital city of Ottawa is relatively unknown around the world when compared to more prominent Canadian cities like Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver. Its relatively modest infrastructure makes it unlikely to be a destination for the Olympics or any such major international event in the near future, but a number of compelling reasons make it […]

January 13, 2015 Rain Keeps Fallin’ on My Head

“Rain Keeps Fallin’ on My Head” This piece was originally written for B&H Photo’s “Explora” e-zine. You can find it in it’s original form here:  Hopefully this little photography technique article can help you in your future shooting. What do you do when the weather you want never materializes? Every photographer has been disappointed by […]

August 18, 2014 Quebec City and the Tamron 28-300 VC

I recently reviewed the new Tamron 28-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di VC PZD Lens, an all-in-one or “superzoom” lens for full frame sensors. I noted that this lens would be a great travel option, and intimated that I trusted it enough that it could be the only lens I traveled with in certain situations. That’s all well […]

November 8, 2013 The Moose of Algonquin Park

“The Ungainly Giants” I have the privilege of living only about 25 minutes from the eastern edge of one of Ontario’s great treasures – Algonquin Provincial Park.  This massive provincial park (7,653 square kilometers/2,995 square miles) is a place full of natural wonder.  It is one of the most popular parks in the country.  It […]