Category Archives: Central Alberta

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Elk Island Winter

My wife and I had a captivating winter visit to Elk Island National Park recently, quite magical and refreshing. It was a cold morning, completely overcast and about -20 C. Hoar frost had decorated all […]

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Dawn is fleeting: wait for it.

I was going to visit Muttart Conservatory in Edmonton’s river valley with a friend and we decided to leave early to see if we could capture the city in the early morning light. I was a bit […]

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I couldn’t help myself…

Every year in July when the canola is in bloom, my wife wants to stop at each field to take photographs. I personally don’t like this harsh tone of yellow and have never been a fan […]

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Photography Display and Workshops

Coming up in August, and in collaboration with the Ellis Bird Farm, I will have a photographic display at the Bug Jamboree, followed by two workshops. Visit the macro photography blog for more information! The […]

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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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Tawatinaw Gallery

This years collection of photos of the Tawatinaw valley is now up in the gallery. Check it out!

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Fall Escape

I have been in the doldrums lately, wanting to strike out on a new creative path but finding myself uninspired and rudderless. So, in late September, when my wife suggested an early morning outing to […]

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