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Jamieson Stairs

Last night I decided to back through the shots I took during my brief time with the Canon 17mm tilt/shift lens. Most of the good shots I’ve already shared, but I did come across this shot of a stairway in the Jamieson Place building that I hadn’t shared yet. I really think the lens tilt […]

Toboggan Ride

Yesterday morning I was recruited by my sister and bro-in-law to take some family shots. Their two sons are growing up quickly, so they wanted to make sure they had some documentation of this stage in their lives. It was a gorgeous winter day (around 5 degrees celsius) so we made the most of it […]

Rusted Growth

This is a detail shot from the same building seen in my previous post. If you look hard enough at yesterday’s photo, you can probably spot this on the left wall. Honestly, I’m not entirely sure what this boxes are, although it seems like they probably have something to do with the electricity that must […]

Pillar of Light

This shot is from my first stop along the Salton Sea last month. I turned off the highway onto an old dilapidated road that led to the sea with no idea what was awaiting me. This was the most accessible building, so I beelined towards it as soon as I parked to fire off my […]

Those Feet

I couldn’t resist posting another photo from my shoot this past Monday night. There’s something about those little baby feet that’s just magical. The soft skin puckered into those precious wrinkles, the cute little toes, and the fact that the feet are always in motion, exploring the world for the first time. When I suggested […]