Category Archives: South Alberta


Dawn in the Cypress Hills

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Dawn in the Badlands

After a week of tumultuous weather in Grasslands National Park, it was nice to get up to Dinosaur Provincial Park and experience better conditions. In this photograph the rosy glow of dawn illuminates the shredding […]

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Stepping Back

Autumn in the prairie. Abandoned farm house, the fields now filled with tawny grasses and silvery sage. A chained gate is no barrier for the ghosts of this place. There is no isolation from Time. […]

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Red Rock Coulee

I’ve updated the Red Rock Coulee gallery. Many of the images made that day were during the evening when the red rocks were glowing in the warmth of a fiery sunset.    

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Falling behind, looking ahead…

I’ve been caught up in a few volunteer projects, and the winter that held so much promise for catching up with delayed work is now dwindling. Already I am itching to get out in the […]

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Pickup Picked-up.

In my former life at the blog Voyages Around My Camera, I presented a washed out version of this pick-up truck that turned out to be quite popular. This time I have lifted the color and the […]

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Red Rock Coulee in southern Alberta is a place for Wonder. This particular exposure, and variations of it, keep drawing me back. Despite the massive boulder anchoring the photograph, the shattered remnant of another rock […]

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After Moving Day…

Welcome to my new website! Like the weeks after moving into a new home, you could say that I have not quite settled down yet. The graphic designer has yet to complete my logo, the […]

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