Tag Archives: Photography

Diesel in Symmetry

I think I have a problem. I seem to have quite the obsession with shooting into the setting sun at narrow apertures…those sunbursts are just so much fun! I think I’ve made a point of shooting sunbursts on the last three photo outings I’ve been on and I don’t see me quitting anytime soon. They’re […]

Antix Caboose

This is another shot from my trip to Invermere back in August. Brei’s family has a place there, so we try to get out as often as possible during the summer and fall months. In the summer, water sports dominate the local lake and there are plenty of fantastic golf courses in and around the […]

Fire Alarm Redux

I posted a different shot of this same fire alarm a few weeks ago (you can find it here), and I thought I’d show it from a more conventional angle today. I don’t know what it is about this fire alarm, but I can’t seem to get enough of it! The texture of the old […]

Golden Fields

Sunset on the prairies can be a pretty magical sight…especially here in Alberta with all the wheat fields. When the sun is low in the sky, the golden light amplifies the natural golden colour of the wheat fields and makes them almost radiate with rich, warm tones. When I was on my way out to […]

Wooden Faith

This tiny church has made a number of appearances on my blog…well, 3 in addition to this one, to be exact, and I think this will be the last in the series. I had a ton of fun shooting the exterior of the church with those amazing clouds, and I feel very lucky to have […]