I cut my teeth as a landscape photographer in western Canada, so most of these are from Alberta and British Columbia.
Like most photographers, bright flowers and interesting vegetation have found their way into my portfolio. Enjoy!
More western Canada photos, with water as the central theme...
Some photoshop filtering adds some artistic interpretation to these photos.
Winter in Alberta taught me to keep my camera handy at all times, despite my freezing fingers and toes.
Some of these shots from Dinosaur National Park were not appreciated until after the fact - like the trunks of wood that look like dinosaurs!
Evocative. Nostalgic. Old memories... things lost and forgotten.
Meet Maya and Wiley, two captive wolves shot in B.C.
Portraits are sometimes difficult to photograph when the subject is camera shy, so a willing subject, or one unaware of your camera, usually makes for a good shot! Here's a few...
Quick movement, unplanned weather, and other obstacles can get in the way of animal photography. That's why I've always admired National Geographic photographers... I can appreciate the skill and patience!
Shooting fireworks like this is easy - use a tripod, and go for 20 second exposures. That simple!
Our 2001 trip to Scotland was a whirlwind of visitation, a bit of photography, and a few wee drams here and there!
Just tie a flashlight to a string hanging from the ceiling, give it a push, and hold your camera's shutter open. That simple!
A custom home builder in Calgary needed some promo shots - here they are.
Purchase the CD of these royalty-free stock images for$145.00.
A happy day for the bride and groom... No matter whose wedding I've photographed, they've all been wonderful experiences with wonderful people.
Though not my photos, these present some funny situations from a photographer's perspective.