Tag Archives: Sky

The Warmth

Do you ever get to a location to take some shots, and find one element in the landscape that you just can’t get enough of? For me, that element was this broken down pier. Conveniently enough, this pier was located right smack dab in the middle of the beach where we were honeymooning in Mexico, […]

Framed

Finding a foreground element to use as a frame for the rest of an image is a cool way to add some extra interest to a scene. When I found this lone tree sitting behind a barbed wire fence, I knew immediately that I wanted to compose a shot like this. Finding that exact spot […]

Bridge Over Fish Creek

From a winter wonderland photo yesterday to a beautiful summer haven today…apparently I’m feeling a little schizophrenic when it comes to choosing photos to process 🙂 Growing up in the southwest quadrant of Calgary, Fish Creek Park was a pillar of natural beauty for me as a kid. Going back now brings back memories of […]

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 […]