Category Archives: Photography


Agra and the Taj Mahal

We left Delhi early, taking an auto-rickshaw to the New Delhi Train Station. Just before entering security at the station entrance, we were approached by a well-dressed man who asked to see our ticket, and […]

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Delhi II

On our last day in Delhi, we took the Metro train to Khan Market, followed by an auto-rickshaw ride to Humayun’s Tomb, a Mughal complex dating from 1565. This was also an excellent location to get away from […]

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Delhi: our Intro to India

Rather than launch ourselves fully into India from the moment of arrival, we opted to spend four slow-paced transition days in Old Delhi to get over jetlag, to acclimatize to the heat and get to […]

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Reynold’s-Alberta Museum, with details.

The Reynolds-Alberta Museum in Wetaskiwin is one of this provinces finest, a museum dedicated to the interpretation of, “…the impact of technological change in transportation, aviation, agriculture and industry from the 1890s to the present.”  Most […]

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New York?

Having had a few weeks to think about it, and spending some time looking through the photographs that I took through those 7 days in April, I have come to the conclusion that New York is […]

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Winner of the Zeiss Photography Award Announced

The ZEISS Photography Award winner for 2017 has been announced. The theme this year was ‘Meaningful Places’ … “which challenged professional photographers to look past the ordinary and everyday and submit a body of work […]

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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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Respect your subject

Sometimes the continuous drive to take photographs creates an incongruity: we are so focused on photographing the subject that we don’t actually see the subject. What I mean to say is this. We see something […]

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