Monthly Archives: September 2006

Above the clouds

Above the clouds

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Somewhere over the province of Quebec and I am most likely dead wrong. However I am taking my best guess based on the time stamp on the shot, the flight path show on the screens and the ground speed they …

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Missing You

Missing You

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Frantic, always running that mental list of things you will need with you on the trip. Europe ads the extra challenge of electricity converters and plug adapters to make even the simplest of gadgets work. Camera, lenses, tri & monopods, …

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Sunset over Limehouse

Sunset over Limehouse

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I took the sunsets for granted throughout the summer months as magnificence had become standard fare in the evening hours. Now that the sky has been overcast rather regularly I’ve realized I should have been out there shooting as much …

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Amethyst Aster

Amethyst Aster

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Another photograph from this weekends hike using much the same approach. This flower, an Amethyst Aster, was a little harder to find as it tends to grow in open fields from my observations and areas where there is little canopy …

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Sharp-leaved Goldenrod

Sharp-leaved Goldenrod

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Taking advantage of a ray of sunlight coming through the thinning forest canopy I took a shot that almost has a studio feel. It took a few minutes to locate the perfect break of light and an area of showdow …

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Overcast field

Overcast field

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This was more or less a jump out of the car even though you are late and take the picture moment. Something about the colors caught my eye and made me quickly pull over a take a few shots before …

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Old city Olomouc

Old city Olomouc

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This photograph is two years old, give or take a few days, from my last visit to the Czech Republic. It’s of a building at the heart of the city of Olomouc. I’ll be packing up my gear again to …

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Micro Metropolis

Micro Metropolis

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I have been experimenting with the micro-metropoly’ that occupy the old stumps and rotting logs around the local woods. Right now the biggest challenge is composing the shot using tripods and heads as what ever you see in the view …

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Rolling in

Rolling in

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I had a frustrating evening last night and the storm front ever so slowly rolling towards our home was a nice distraction for an hour. I stood in the field of soy across the road from our home with my …

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Monarch Butterfly

Monarch Butterfly

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Monarch butterfly resting, perhaps feeding, on a stalk of flowers. Still working my way through the hundreds of Ribfest photographs.

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Pat's Mustang

Pat’s Mustang

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Pat started Steeda.ca back in 2003. The business has been a growing success for him and it’s great to see a friend doing well. However in the turmoil of life and business his beloved Mustang GT see less and less …

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Emerald Tree Boa

Emerald Tree Boa

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This was a tough shot and low light conditions and ISO already at 800 made it harder, especially since I forgot my monopod at home. This freshly wet Emerald tree boa was one of many carefully coiled atop a tree …

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