Tag Archives: Clouds

Fort Calgary

Fort Calgary was built in 1875 by the North West Mounted Police and eventually became the foundation for the city that would become Calgary. Originally set up to bring law to the west, stop the whiskey trade, and befriend the local First Nations peoples, it now stands as an important piece of our history. These […]

Big Sky

Endless wheat fields and big blue skies are a common scene on the western Canadian prairies during the summer months. During my short road trip on Labour Day, I had plenty of opportunity to capture some of these scenes right on the side of the TransCanada highway. Most of the shots I captured had some […]

Solitary

Hope everyone had a great Labour Day long weekend. I was battling the tail end of a head cold all weekend and wasn’t terribly motivated to do much of anything on Saturday and Sunday. I felt a bit better yesterday and spent a large chunk of the day on a road trip to Brooks, Alberta […]

Clouds and Bales

Living on the prairies lends itself to some pretty good photography opportunities, and sometimes I think I take my proximity to wide open farmland for granted. If I hit the road and drive for 30 minutes south, east, or west of where I live I quickly find myself surrounded by soft rolling hills and patchwork […]

Details, Details, Details

I just finished reading Brian Matiash’s great post from this morning and I couldn’t help but chuckle a bit. It turns out that both of us were working on photos from our Italy archive last night! Mine are from a trip I took with my whole family last May which was absolutely fantastic. We had […]