Tag Archives: drumheller

Meet Rob

Everybody, this is Rob. He’s from New Zealand and runs triathlons like a crazy person. I can’t seem to resist a closup portrait when I’m around somebody wearing super reflective sunglasses – so if you ever meet me, beware. #FilmFriday Equipment: – Canon FT-b – Canon FD 50mm f/1.4 – Kodak Gold 200

Ice Age

This weekend we had some family come in from New Zealand. They main reason for their trip was the Penticton Ironman (I know, crazy people, right?) but they were able to make the trip to Calgary for a few days visit with us as well. It was awesome to see my aunt and cousin as […]

The Badlands 2

For today’s #FilmFriday, I thought I’d post another shot from my trip to Drumheller a few weeks ago. I think these cracked hills and valleys are the perfect subject for my Holga…the colours come out great and you get that real sense of nostalgia in the photograph.

Cracking Up

I debated over what image to post today, but in the end, this shot from the badlands in Drumheller won out. This valley in southern Alberta contains the most alien landscape in the province as far as I’m concerned. Huge cracked mounds of sedimentary rock litter the valley, showcasing the various layers of rock and […]

The Badlands

Man, the weeks are just whizzing by these days…I can’t believe it’s already time for another edition of #FilmFriday! This week is extra special because I have the distinct pleasure of introducing a new partner in Film Friday crime, Jesse Pafundi. Jesse is an amazing photographer and an even better friend. I’ve come to know […]