Join Me in Peru AND Bolivia for a Photo Adventure
Mar18

Join Me in Peru AND Bolivia for a Photo Adventure

It’s with great pleasure that I announce that I’m now booking a second photo tour in South America in 2015! Since the booking for the first workshop – which is taking place in Peru, May 2015 – has been so successful, we decided to add another date to accommodate the people that couldn’t make the first trip’s dates.  Specifically, we had in mind the many teachers who let us know that they could only...

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Join Me in Peru AND Bolivia for a Photo Adventure
Mar12

Join Me in Peru AND Bolivia for a Photo Adventure

It’s with great pleasure that I announce that I’m now booking a second photo tour in South America in 2015! Since the booking for the first workshop – which is taking place in Peru, May 2015 – has been so successful, we decided to add another date to accommodate the people that couldn’t make the first trip’s dates.  Specifically, we had in mind the many teachers who let us know that they could only...

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Photo of the Week: Kananaskis Waterfall
Oct13

Photo of the Week: Kananaskis Waterfall

I honestly have no idea what this waterfall is called.  On the highway that leads into Kananaskis Country from the Trans-Canada Highway, this waterfall is right along the road.  In fact, it’s almost a little bit of a strange slice of nature.  Not only is it right alongside the road, but there’s also a little barrier and a park bench set up in front of it.  No trail, nothing. Just a bench staring off at the waterfall. My...

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Lake Louise: Photos of the Week
Oct06

Lake Louise: Photos of the Week

There’s not much left to be said or seen of Lake Louise is there?  I’m willing to bet this is the most photographed scene in all of Alberta, if not Canada (well, maybe second to Niagara Falls).  And, of course, there’s reason as to why it’s so often photographed: it’s stunning. The truth is that I didn’t spend much time photographing Lake Louise, it’s been shot and shot again.  And besides, I much prefer waking up to Moraine Lake and...

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Photos of the Week: Canmore, Alberta
Sep27

Photos of the Week: Canmore, Alberta

I spent lots of time in Canmore as a young lad.  My grandparent’s lived out there for years, and visiting was always a highlight.  Since then, Canmore has changed quite a bit.  The highway leading into town is now coated in hotels, condos have seemed to spring out of nowhere, and loads of restaurants and gift shops speckle main street. Still, I’m always very impressed when I come into Canmore, Canada  I love how it still manages to...

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Manhattan Skyline
Sep10

Manhattan Skyline

I can’t believe the Africa articles are over!  Though I’ve been back in North America for over a month now I guess posting this really means it’s over.  It’s a bit of a weird sensation.  On one hand, a great adventure is over.  On another hand, I have a lot to look forward to both in North America and when I get to Europe (hint: I have a big surprise for you in Amsterdam). Almost any time I fly back to North...

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