Monthly Archives: September 2011

Fall Begins

Well, actually, fall is almost over here in Calgary. As the temperature starts to drop here, the leaves change colour very quickly and begin to fall of the trees within a week or two. The beauty of autumn is definitely fleeting. With any luck I’ll be able to grab a few more decent shots before […]

My Family

Just a quick one today. Last week I went for a walk in Fish Creek Park with my wife and dog, and couldn’t resist this shadow portrait as we made our way through the park as the sun was setting. A great evening with my family. Equipment: – Canon Elan 7 – Canon 50mm f/1.4 […]

Moraine by Moonlight

Prior to meeting up with Rick Louie and the rest of the photography group he was with in Banff, I’d never attempted any night photography. That’s not to say I’ve never taken photos at night before, but I’ve never attempted to capture a landscape in near pitch black before. The evening I arrived, we all […]

Fading

I shot a bunch of wide angle views of this same scene – a couple of which I may end up sharing in the future – but this closer crop I shot with the 50mm really appeals to me. I love the way the mountains fade into the midday haze as you move through the […]

Lake Cameron Sunrise

On my second day in Waterton Lakes National Park, I woke up early and drove to Cameron Lake (~16 km from the town of Waterton) to catch the sunrise. I got there just as light was starting to break, but the real show didn’t start until a hour after I arrived. Due to the fact […]