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Opal Spring

While HDR is a useful solution to dramatic lighting, nature often demands a more subtle touch. The crocus pushing through kinnickinnick was photographed at ground level from a tripod in cloud-diffused early morning light.

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A Flower for Mother’s Day

Spring in Alberta! On this Mother’s Day, one of the earliest conspicuous wild flowers is that of the Prairie Crocus, Anemone patens. It is subtle in colour, unlike the European pasque flower (Anemone pulsatilla) that is often seen in […]

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