Killarney Provincial Park

Last fall, I spent 5 days on a solo camping trip in Algonquin Park. It was a quiet time to reflect and get away from the everyday rush of life. I enjoyed the trip so much that I decided to do it again this year. In mid-October, I spent 5 days in Killarney Provincial Park…

Algonquin Park in the Autumn

This is a trip that I have always wanted to do, but could never really find the time. With all that has been going on in the past year, I made the executive decision to just go. I picked an extra long weekend near the end of September when the fall colours would be at…

Camping at Warsaw Caves Conservation Area

Last weekend, a couple close friends and I went camping at Warsaw Caves Conservation Area near Peterborough. We spent a better part of the afternoon hiking around and shooting some photos. Sadly, we didn’t actually make it to the caves themselves… maybe next time. Check out my buddy Mike’s blog post on the same trip…

Different Angle

Whilst looking at the blog of good friend and photographic wizard, Mike Pereira, I noticed an image he recently posted looked quite familiar. I wasn’t sure why, and never gave it any more thought. Until this afternoon when it dawned on me – the 3 rocks in his picture are the same 3 rocks in…

Killbear Part 3

This is post number 3 of 4 in my Killbear Park set. These 5 shots are all sunsets taken on our first night in the park using both a solid and graduated ND filters. It was my first time using gradual filters and am still trying to get the hang of them. I usually pull…

Killbear Part 2

The seemingly never ending shoreline of Killbear Provincial Park provides an infinite number of photographic opportunities. Since the park is situated on a north-south peninsula, there are numerous possibilities for capturing fantastic sunrise and sunset shots over Georgian Bay. I’ve only been to the park on a camping trip one other time with my family…

Killbear Part 1

I’ve been processing photos from last weekends trip to Killbear Provincial Park for the past couple days. I thought I’d break the trip into multiple posts. The trip was pure photography based. We were up at 4:30am for sunrises and were out past 10pm for the sunsets and twilight shots. We spent the afternoon scouting…