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Bubbles

In my last post I talked about bubbles caught in a frozen lake (click HERE to go to that post). In this episode I will talk about a different type of frozen bubbles – ones you can create in your … Continue reading

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Early Winter 2020

With November came the first snowfalls, of any amount, to Northern Alberta. There is something magical about taking photos right after a fresh snowfall. Here’s a selection of some that I took in November and December. And speaking of magical, … Continue reading

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Yosemite National Park

Yosemite.  The name is magical.  The scenery is amazing.  An area perhaps most made famous by photographer Ansel Adams, it is place to which landscape photographers flock for good reason. A little over a month ago I joined some fellow … Continue reading

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A Frosty JT Morning

4 am.  Saturday morning. Is that my alarm already?  I crawled out of bed and quietly got ready to leave.  Out the door at 4:30. Part of the fun of photography is leaping out of bed in the middle of … Continue reading

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