Category Archives: Alberta

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Wedding Album update

I was surprised to find Kristen and Greg’s public wedding on Zenfoio was no longer displaying images at all. This has been corrected and the slim public gallery is now open for viewing again!

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Nature Photography Challenge III

Not the most popular on Facebook, but Day 3’s photo lives strong in my heart. I like how the sweep of the land is mirrored by the cloudy sky, and the warmth of the light […]

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Nature Photography Challenge II

Signs that spring is coming: geese overhead, buds fattening, people working around their homes, bundles of tree prunings in the back lane. I’m not ready for nature photography yet, so I’ll fall back to my […]

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Nature Photography Challenge I

I was invited to take the Nature Photography Challenge (one image a day for seven days) on Facebook by two friends, so I decided to go retro and post older images that were not bug […]

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Thought for the Day

If you wish to submit your work for possible display in a gallery, they will expect to choose from a ‘body of work’ — in other words, a set of photographs that are cohesive in […]

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Back to the Old Railway

One of our local treasures, perhaps underappreciated in Edmonton, is the Alberta Railway Museum. In 2011 I did some photography there, including inside a few dilapidated cars which are now closed to the public. While I […]

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Cirrus clouds over the Sturgeon River

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Wedding Photography? Moi?

This is my fourth attempt at writing a blog post about my recent experience photographing a wedding. The first veered off into New Years resolutions, the second into the reasons why I don’t photograph many […]

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