Cleveland 2017

Back at the end of September myself and three friends headed to Cleveland for a ‘boys weekend’. Last year, we went to Detroit to catch a Lions game in mid-November, but this year we tried something a bit different and was able to fit in both an Indians baseball game and Browns football game. We…

Killbear Provincial Park in Black and White

There’s something about black and white photography that I love. By removing the colour from a photo, your mind gets to focus on the other, more subtle aspects of the image such as composition, shape, form and texture. The original photographs below were full of rich colour, and I wanted to try something different with…

Killbear Provincial Park in Black and White

There’s something about black and white photography that I love. By removing the colour from a photo, your mind gets to focus on the other, more subtle aspects of the image such as composition, shape, form and texture. The original photographs below were full of rich colour, and I wanted to try something different with…

More From Ottawa

As mentioned in the previous post, I just returned from a five day stint in Ottawa, Canada where I was attending a conference for work. I was able to get out with the camera for just over an hour, and although I couldn’t travel very far from the hotel, I managed to take a couple…

Parliament Hill

I was in Ottawa this past week attending the National Fish and Wildlife Conservation Congress. It was the longest, most intense conference I have been to in a long while. With speakers from all over North America and several Provincial Ministers, Federal Ministers and even our Prime Minister, it made for an interesting mix of…

Munich

I’ve been to Munich twice now and never really explored the city. It has so much to offer, but it was difficult to get passed the beer houses. When we were there in 2008, it was the last city on our 2 week tour and we were simply burnt out. We did make it out…

Reutte

Reutte. The second last city we visited on our 2008 Europe trip. By the time we got to Reutte we were beat. It had taken all day to reach the tiny Tyrolean village from northern Italy due to several delays with the trains. We pulled into the hotel just after 9pm, and had some pizza…