One of my favourite places to hike in North Vancouver has always been Lynn Valley.
Heritage Park is one of those places where there is lots to see and photograph. Over the years, I have managed to shoot many rolls of film there. I believe this is the first roll of Velvia 100 that I ever cross-processed and, once I saw the results, I instantly fell in love with the […]
These are from a canoe trip on Widgeon Creek that I took with my friend Barry. I’ve done this trip before and will probably do it again one day. It’s always fun.
I spent a cold winter’s day wandering through scrap metal and abandoned junk on a small farm north of Calgary. These are a few of the photos from that day.
I tried to capture the steep changes in elevation while climbing the Great Wall of China. It may have been a cloudy day, but the temperature was in excess of 40°C. Climbing all those stairs was harder than it looks! Incidentally, can you spot the woman doing a handstand?
These were shot wandering the streets of Yangshuo. At night, these very streets transform into a very busy and crowded night market.
After nearly five years, I have finally posted my 1000th photo! I created this blog in July 2015 partly to share my photos, but mostly as a way to record my journey as a photographer for myself. It has been an immensely rewarding process and one I hope will continue for years to come. And […]
It’s sad to think about the destruction and loss of history caused by the Notre Dame fire. I was fortunate enough to have visited Notre Dame a few years back and snap some photos. I even got to go inside but I didn’t really see much. There were too many tourists and since it was […]
These photos come from a road trip down the Cowboy Trail with some fellow photographers. As we headed south on Highway 22, we stopped along the highway to shoot these photos of hats on fence posts.
It’s Christmas Eve! Tonight my family will have a great big dinner and then open a few gifts!
A while back, I participated in a model shoot at Rundle Ruins. I shot both film and digital, and as the sun set and the light faded, it made film photography challenging. Many photos were underexposed. Thankfully, these photos of Dana turned out quite well.