Wednesday afternoon near Shaunavon, SK after crossing the border back into Canada after a quick road trip to Glacier National Park in Montana… There are many things to like about Montana, and I will include my thoughts and photos in a post in the… Continue Reading “storm clouds on the prairies”
This was taken on July 1…nice to celebrate Canada Day by taking pictures of a quintessential Canadian landscape!
This is what summer in Saskatchewan looks like to me.
I’m excited to upload my pictures tomorrow and see how they turned out…but here’s one more iPhone pic from a few days ago.
I’ve been experimenting in Photoshop lately, and these photos are the ones I’m willing to share…so far! These are from a walk around Wascana Park in early October where the reward at the end of the walk was a beautiful sky at sunset.
I’ve been very fortunate in the last few years to see some pretty amazing scenery in my travels. I’ve posted a picture previously of the last morning on my trip through the Great Bear Rainforest as we headed back to Hartley Bay to meet… Continue Reading “inspiration”
I’ve learned a lot of photography lessons this summer. The first two are patience and persistence. These occurred many times on my trip to the Great Bear Rainforest in mid-June with Ocean Adventures. The most memorable one was when we were on the zodiac… Continue Reading “Photography Lessons – Patience and Persistence”
I realized as I was going through my photo library today that I like to take pictures of roads. One of my favourite poems is The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost. So, today’s post is a combination of two of my favourite things… Continue Reading “The Road Not Taken”
“We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.” – Jawaharial Nehru Photography is a wonderful hobby because you start… Continue Reading ““Open Your Eyes and Look!””
I’m back to posting pics from my trip to the Great Bear Rainforest off the coast of Northern British Columbia. This was my favourite morning of the trip (and actually the last morning of the trip as we were heading back to Hartley Bay… Continue Reading “like being in another world”