In 2019, I did a 19 photos from 2019 post. So with it being 2020, I figured I would do my 20 memories from 2020. Each photo will come with a complex or brief description of the photo. This list is going to be different than 2019 in the sense that there was only 1
I have had a good amount of inquires by individuals asking about viewing my prints online. While I have struggled to display them online in the past, I considered building another website that would showcase a lot of them. Instead of spending the time building a new website, I have re-activated my Etsy account and
The Bluenose II is embarking on a Maritime tour of numerous ports in all three provinces which is being called the “Sail Past Summer”. I happened to catch up with it in the Bay of Fundy on the New Brunswick side. The last photograph being the well-known ship captured off the shores of Grand Manan,
When Sony announced the A7r IV my eyes lit right up. They announced a 61MP sensor which at the time seemed like a beast. Being a landscape shooter, those extra MP can make a significant difference. Being a photojournalist, the extra MP allows you to crop in a bit further which is great when combined
I am continuing my piece on PEI Waterfalls and this post features Knox Dam. Now technically it is not really a waterfall but Knox Dam is a very popular destination for Island photographers. It is located a short distance away from Montague and has a very popular Bed & Breakfast next to it. To follow
May 30th was a rainy and weird day. At 430am, it looked rather nice out however by late morning this had taken a turn. It was rather rainy and miserable. I wanted to head out to snap some photos during the day and debated on where to go. Since rainy days are great for capturing
An iconic Canadian photography hotspot is Morant’s Curve near Lake Louise in Alberta. Nicholas Morant created some iconic images for Canadian Pacific Railways as well as the Canadian Mint for a couple of denomination bills. One of his most popular was taken at Morant’s Curve in Alberta. Morant’s Curve is located at the same exit
Being a visitor of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick waterfalls, I’ve asked myself, why doesn’t PEI have waterfalls? It has similar elevation drops as other waterfalls in the Maritimes so it certainly could.Mind you, if you are expecting something the size of Niagara Falls or Grand Falls, then no, we don’t have those gigantic waterfalls.
The number 1 spot for the best trip to experience Nature, according to the National Geographic is the Magdalen Islands, Quebec, Canada! The Magdalen Islands is a 5 hour ferry ride North of Prince Edward Island. It departs from Souris, PEI and as I’ve been saying for years, is an amazing place.