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The Drama of Waterscapes: Black and White

In an attempt to eliminate further distractions, and isolate the subject itself, I worked at using texture to enhance my vision

Waterfalls of Spring

Intrigued by it's motion, I am always amazed at the life a waterfall brings to its surroundings - A waterfall brings with it the vibrancy, the energy, the beauty, and a creative and artful presence that only Mother Nature can offer.

Floral_Macro, 2016, Part 2

Upon closer examination of the flowers it is easy to understand that Mother Nature is truly the artist while we, those who take the time to stop, smell and look closely, begin to appreciate the sensual nature of each flower's make up.

Floral Macro, 2016, Pt. 1

While we are so often told to "Stop and smell the flowers!" how many take the time to take a real close look at the sensual nature of their make up?

Navigating a Depressive Episode, Spring, 2016

Doing photography, while learning to be in the moment, has been the best medicine for me to cope with my latest depressive episode. From the moment a bit of light and colour caught my eye, I just knew I had to pursue it - This flash of colour triggered a sense of both hope and despair that just spoke to me about investigating further. With a little creative experimentation I was able to depict my many emotions through imagery. I hope that you enjoy this half as much as I enjoyed creating them.

Magdalen Islands - August, 2016, Part Two

Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine - Part Two: The Maggies Located just a 5 1/2 hour ferry ride from Prince Edward Island, the Maggies are located in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and is an archipelago formation (of eight smaller islands) - A part of the province of Quebec, Canada.

Nostalgia 1: Sable Island Revisited, 2010

I was very fortunate to have the ability to organize and conduct not one but two visits to Sable Island - My childhood dream fulfilled! In this gallery, I hope to depict the lay of the land as I saw it along with some up close and personal, quite intimate really, encounters with the amazing Sable Island horses. I certainly hope that you enjoy the images and work to make your dream of visiting Sable Island a reality as well.

Magdalen Islands - August, 2016, Part One

Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine - The Maggies Located just a 5 1/2 hour ferry ride from Prince Edward Island, the Maggies are located in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and is an archipelago formation (of eight smaller islands) - A part of the province of Quebec, Canada.