The Weekly Photo Challenge this week is: Abandoned….many photographers favourite subject I would think. This is an abandoned motel and diner that once sat beside a busy highway. It’s been torn down now but in it’s day I’ll bet this was one … Continue reading
What could be more grand than a view of the wide open water? Except being out there on that boat that is.
Another shot from our cruise on the St Lawrence River. I think this might be a ‘keeper’ Sony Nex 5R w/ 18-55
I love it when the weekly photo challenge plays right into my hands Fall afternoons are a great time for an afternoon walk down by the lake don’t you think?
When I saw this week’s theme, the hue of you, I thought, what a great time to share some pictures from our cruise through the Thousand Islands. The Thousand Islands is actually 1,864 islands that are spread across the Canada … Continue reading
You know fall has really arrived when you get to Thanksgiving weekend…..sorry America, you still have another month and a half before you get your turkey on. Me? I’m going to put on my ‘big’ pants and head on up … Continue reading
No weekly challenge for me this week instead a shot from the waterfront in Salem MA. Nikon D300 w/ 18-200 VRI
What is there for a photographer to do late at night except grab a tripod and soak up the available light? Nikon D300 w/ 18-200
It’s been a while since I posted a sunset shot so here’s how we ended our bike ride on Toronto Island last week. A picnic while waiting for the ferry and this for a view….. Sony NEX 5R w/ 18-55
Nikon D300 w/ Nikon 18-200 VRI and a little b+w solarization in post.
Spent a few hours in Rockport, MA during our visit to Boston a while back. This is one little town with an awesome view as you can see. Nikon D300 w/ Sigma 10-20 f 4-5.6
Given the unsettled weather we’ve had this summer I thought that this shot from 1991 would be appropriate for this week’s challenge………Forshadow……. I can’t remember which camera it was shot with….EOS620 or Pentax MX most likely…..but I do remember that … Continue reading
Couldn’t resist this week’s photo challenge….masterpiece. A scene that blows your mind, takes your breath away…. Believe it or not this was taken during a quick stop at a gas station on the way to Drumheller, just a quick snap……isn’t … Continue reading
Another quick shot while on our way from one place and to another. I’m always amazed by how many great shots can be found when you least expect it….it really does pay to have a camera handy all of the … Continue reading
I shot this with my D300 and Sigma 10-20 lens, then I used HDR Efex Pro to do a single shot HDR. I don’t do a lot of HDR’s but I’m happy with the way this one turned out. What … Continue reading
Shot this a few years back while on vacation in Ottawa. The Rideau Canal is to the left of this shot, above ground and to the right would be the Parliament buildings. We’re enjoying a much needed ‘staycation’ this coming … Continue reading
Here’s another shot from Red Rock Canyon, Nevada. Beautiful place but really, really hot and dry. I shot a lot of pictures with the P7100 on this trip and was really pleased with the way they turned out. It definitely … Continue reading
I shot this with a D50…remember that camera? That was ‘ages’ ago, at least by today’s standards that is. It’s amazing how quickly we move from camera to camera these days, not that I’m complaining mind you. After all I … Continue reading
“If I can put one touch of rosy sunset into the life of any man or woman, I shall feel that I have worked with God.” G K Chesterton Perhaps we should all aspire to ‘put one touch of rosy … Continue reading
Ever get the feeling that music from an old spaghetti western should be playing in the background? Shot this at the Scarborough Bluffs last summer and it still makes me chuckle. The bluffs are made of sand and clay which … Continue reading