Category Archives: Wildlife

Not A Twitter Tweet

This Spring I had a few occasions to get out photographing birds. When I do get out I generally find it to be quite a relaxing time, as capturing images of birds requires a certain amount of patience. Capturing decent … Continue reading

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Jasper NP, June 2022

My campsite had been booked several weeks in advance. As the date drew closer it became apparent that I was likely going to have a cool, rainy camping trip. As my friend James would say, “any fool can be uncomfortable”. … Continue reading

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Revisiting Elk Island NP

In late February, I paid a visit to Elk Island National Park. It had been a while since I had been to the park, and even longer since visiting the park in winter. For those not familiar with this National … Continue reading

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Fall 2020

2020 will be a memorable year in so many respects: not all of it in a good way. But this Fall did offer some nice opportunities to get out to do some photography. For various reasons I didn’t venture out … Continue reading

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Exploring Locally

With travel being somewhat restricted due to the Covid-19 pandemic, I have taken the opportunity to explore several local areas that offer somewhat different photographic experiences. With all of the areas being within a 10-minute drive it is easy to … Continue reading

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Narrowboating in England

There we were, hurtling down the canal at a breathtaking speed of … 2 miles per hour!  At 69’ long and 6’9” wide, there is a reason our vessel is called a narrowboat. Great Britain is criss-crossed with a network … Continue reading

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Fall Trip to Jasper

After a long, wet summer I was looking forward to one last Fall camping trip in Jasper National Park. Going online in early August I was lucky to secure a campsite in September for a couple of nights. With Whistlers … Continue reading

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Oregon Photography Workshop

In mid-July I arrived in Crescent City, California to meet up with Tom and Jim, my fellow participants in the Gems of Oregon Workshop put on by photographer Ralph Nordstrom (ralphnordstromphotography.com/) I had previously taken a workshop led by Ralph … Continue reading

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Banff in June

As near as I can figure, it has been 50 years since I last camped at Two Jack Lake in Banff National Park. I have been to Banff many times since, and even camped at a couple of different campgrounds … Continue reading

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Springtime in Jasper

Towards the end of May I spent 3 nights camping in Jasper National Park. Naturally my prime reason for the visit was to do some photography. The first morning I got a couple of different views of Geraldine Peak. The … Continue reading

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