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
Former Rouyn-Noranda Huskies Right Winter Tyler Hinam has been traded to Cape Breton Eagles on the last day of the QMJHL trading period. He is native to Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia. You may recgonize a couple other exciting players from Cole Harbour like Nathan Mackinnon and Sydney Crosby. I had the pleasure of photographing Tyler
Tara Price is an avid surfer that moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia not long ago from the West Coast. I snapped some pictures of her surfing along Lawrencetown Beach and then we proceeded to Peggy’s Cove for a couple more portraits. This was two days after Hurricane Dorian hit.
This year I decided I would do a review of my top 19 photographs taken in 2019. The reasons will vary for each photo but I will have a brief or long (I dunno) explanation. I hope you enjoy. This will be a great memory to look back on in a couple years! 1. Hurricane
Christmas is an absolutely magical time of the year. I completely love Christmas. The picking out a tree, putting it up, the wreath’s, Santa Claus, the community spirit, the surprises, and all the smiles. On my most recent trip to New Brunswick working on my new book, I ended up snapping some Christmas photos of