Cordova Falls

Cordova Falls is a spot that I return to every year around mid-November for a couple of reasons. The first being that it’s such a neat spot to photograph and so much changes from year to year depending on the amount of water flowing over the dam; and second, it’s one of those rare times…

Hogs Back Falls

Hogs Back Falls is a place that I’ve been eyeing up for sometime now, but for whatever reason I could never make it there. This time, I was determined to go and check it out. Upon arriving in Ottawa, I hopped on my bike and pedaled the 45 minutes or so along the Rideau Canal…

Hamilton Waterfalls

A couple weekends ago, good friends Mike, Paul and myself met down in Hamilton to photograph some waterfalls. I’ve heard that Hamilton is a Mecca for waterfall photography, but I wasn’t prepared for the sizes of them. They were huge. We ended up shooting at 4 different locations throughout the day, and I was shooting a…

Cordova Falls

On Sunday I headed out to Cordova Falls – about 20 minutes northeast of Havelock, ON. It’s a place I’ve been to a couple times before and each time presents something different to photograph. The falls are controlled by a dam of the same name, and it had rained quite a bit before I got…

Taking Another Look

Every so often, I’ll find some time to go back through old photos and see if there’s something I may have missed on my first pass. I find this to be a useful technique in training the eye to look at things differently. When going back over photos, I take the time to look around…

Cordova Falls

Today was photography day for me. Having the day off work in lieu of Remembrance Day, I went to Cordova Falls at the south end of Cordova Lake, about a 20 minute drive north of Havelock, Ontario to photograph the waterfalls. A part of the Crowe River, this waterfall is a series of at least five…