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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 m [Read more...]

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 […] [Read more...]

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 [Read more...]

February 15, 2013 My Grey Owl Experience

My Grey Owl Experience: I was walking deep in the woods today after a fresh snowfall when I heard a terrible commotion. Winter is a unique season in part because of the quiet.  To hear birds is sometimes even a rarity.  Usually is just that winter hush and the crunch of the snow under your […] [Read more...]

September 12, 2012 McBride-Reasbeck Wedding

  The date was August 25th, 2012.  The place:  Nangor Beach Resort in Westmeath, Ontario.  The temperature was hot, but as the evening unfolded, it cooled and turned into a beautiful evening with rich light.  The wedding photographer was….well…me.  I haven’t blogged for a while, and decided that this [Read more...]

July 2, 2012 Happy Canada Day!

This is just a quick post to wish you all a Happy Canada Day.  As an American, I learned long ago that celebrating one’s nation is the right thing to do!  In two days, I will join with other expatriate Americans to celebrate Independence Day abroad.  There will always be a deep and abiding love […] [Read more...]

June 27, 2012 Reclamation Project

My wife Lana and I went on an evening bike ride towards the end of last week.  I have a lot of fond memories of our spending time like this together.  We talk and get exercise as we cycle through what is mostly back roads out into the country.  We passed a spot that we […] [Read more...]