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April 15, 2017 Staying in the World’s Largest Log Cabin: Château Montebello

Staying in the World’s Largest Log Cabin A Visit to Le Château Montebello There are a few evocative things in the minds of human beings. Perhaps it is a white sandy beach along azure waters on an island somewhere. Maybe it the glitz and nightlife of one of the world’s great cities. But at least […]

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. […]

February 3, 2017 Vanguard Heralder 51T Rolling Backpack Review

Vanguard Heralder 51T Review A few months ago I flew to a different country to shoot a wedding. I needed to pack wedding related gear, which for me meant two DSLRs with 24-70mm f/2.8 and 70-200mm f/2.8 zoom lenses along with a few primes (macro and portrait primes). I also carried a collapsible reflector, two […]

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 […]

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.  […]