Imagine you are filling up with gas. All of a sudden you look over and next to you is someone who looks like the shooter. You turn to someone else and say, “hey, doesn’t that look like the shooter?”. Before your partner has a chance to respond, you turn your head back. What you see
There is a sad reality playing out on Canadian borders as we speak. In a country where we have always been able to cross our inter-provincial borders without any questions all of a sudden, we are limited to doing so. It is sad for many reasons. Sad because the COVID-19 pandemic has been so impactful
On weekend past, I was uber excited. We were going to be heading up to capture some photos of a horse sleigh ride. This excited me as I love sleigh rides. Something about the cold….snow….going through the woods. Romantic yes. Peaceful yes. Magical also yes. However, when we arrived, a bigger surprise was waiting. There
A common theme on this trip has been capturing photographs of the trains traveling around Alberta and British Columbia, also known as rail fanning. Being honest, this is one of my last resorts to photograph when the weather isn’t co-operating.
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
For the past 24 hours, Prince Edward Island has been hit with a good winter storm. It’s certainly left a good amount of snow down. Last night in Charlottetown, we went out to snap some photos when the snow was easing up. I love taking photographs of a little snow in the air using a