Tag Archives: Yellow

North American Harvard Mk. IV

Today I thought I’d show another one of the handful of shots I was able to get at the Aero Space Museum of Calgary. This is a North American Harvard Mk. IV. It is considered one of the best pilot training aircraft ever built, and the original version first flew in 1935. I’m no expert […]

Little House on the Prairie

I’ll admit, this shot is a bit of an experiment, and I’m willing to bet it’s not for everyone…but what’s the fun in producing the same ol’ stuff all the time, right? Now, don’t get me wrong, I’ve done a bit of work with textures before, but I’ve never used one that so obviously makes […]

Primary Colours

Okay, I know that red, yellow, and blue aren’t the traditional set of primary colours…but this is the title I first thought of when looking at this image. I like that among all the boring grey, white and black of the parkade, these vibrant colours exist as a nice contrast. I’m not sure about anybody […]

5 Five

After seeing Jacob’s parking garage shout-out to me yesterday, I was inspired to go back to my most recent parkade visit and see what I could come up with. I don’t have a tripod that allows me to shoot at ground level, so for this shot I put my camera right on the ground and […]

Peeling

I love all the detail in this door. The peeling paint, the rusted door handle, the nasty old temperature gauge…it’s all good stuff. To keep this shot from being texture overload, I decided to take a few steps back and frame the very busy door against the simple corrugated siding of the building. I like […]