Ice Flow on the Otonabee River

Over the past week, I’ve witnessed the ice slowly breaking apart on the Otonabee River in Peterborough. I walk along the river every day, but it wasn’t until I saw a similar photo from Nora Mickee showing the slabs of ice that got me thinking that this might look half decent in black and white. So…

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…

John de Pencier Trail

Last Thursday our camera club went to some trails just south of Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario. I only recently learned that these trails even existed. I tend not to do much photography on walking trails for the simple reason, that I usually find them boring. Until now, most of the trails I’ve been on…

Photo of the Week: Week 16

Today was a good day to be outside.  Hovering just above the freezing mark, the bright sun made it feel a lot warmer than it actually was. This afternoon, we headed down towards Port Hope, Ontario. No reason in particular other than to go for a drive. We ended up at the fish ladder on…

Photo of the Week: Week 15

This morning I headed down to Port Hope with a local photographers Jay Callaghan and Pat Trudeau. The plan was to go to the fish ladder and shoot the salmon jumping, but when we got there, the water was extremely murky, and the fish were nowhere to be found. We headed downtown and along the…

Jackson Park

I’ve devised a new plan to get out shooting more. With the arrival of our newborn before Christmas, it’s getting more difficult to find free time to get out and shoot… especially in the daytime hours. My new plan involves taking my camera gear to work and heading out on my lunch break – it’s…