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How Dare You!

Every now and then I get the urge to take some shots of my dog, Dexter. I had one of those moments today. I decided to give him a little bit of peanut butter on the end of a toy (that’s what he’s looking at in this frame) and capture his crazy tongue as he […]

The Calm

Last week I posted one of the many shots I took of the decrepit pier that was conveniently on the beach of our resort. Today I’m sharing another shot of the same pier, but this image was shot using my 10-stop ND filter. I really love how the super long exposures (4 minutes in this […]

If You Build It? – Cold Storage

Today, another in the ‘If You Build It?’ series from the abandoned baseball diamond in Seebe, Alberta. I initially saw this fridge/freezer from the back while I was taking a few shots inside the old snack shack, but when I walked outside and looked back in through this window, I knew I had a winner. […]

Another Palapa Sunrise

What better way to start off a -21 C morning than with a warm shot of a beach in Mexico! I really love going back to these shots I took in December because it brings all the great memories I have rushing back. That’s part of the magic of photography though, right? It enables us […]

Mini Zamboni

Yesterday I went to the Calgary Flames Superskills Competition with my dad, sister, bro-in-law, and two nephews. It was the kids’ first time watching hockey live, so it was pretty cool to see them enjoy it, and was a great experience for them. After seeing this shot from my buddy Jesse Pafundi a while back, […]