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Monthly Archives: July 2010

Horsin’ Around – Wedding

I can’t help but post just a few more images from the July 17th wedding (located near Bezanson). I really enjoyed myself and being around such warm and fun-loving people must have been part of the reason for that. Sandy & Travis live on a lovely acreage and I love that they also included horses […]

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Grande Prairie area Wedding

I promised to share some of the wonderful images taken by my second shooter, Kristen Bass, from the July 17th wedding (please check out her website). I am so pleased with them so here are a few teasers. You’ll see that she had a fun group of guys to work with as they got ready […]

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Sandy & Travis Wedding :: Bezanson (and Grande Prairie), Alberta

I had the pleasure of photographing Sandy & Travis’s wedding this past weekend. What a wonderful day being around such warm and loving people — Sandy & Travis, and their families as well. Beautiful people. While I was at the bride’s parents home as the bride and her ‘ladies’ were getting ready, I had a […]

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Web of Life

“When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world.” ~John Muir “Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect.” ~ […]

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McL Family :: Family & Child Photographer, Grande Prairie

The McL family has been patiently waiting for a preview. As I was deciding which to post for this peek from the session, I got carried away because I wanted to share lots of them. So I’ve shaved down my selections, reducing the numbers to just a few teasers. It was a really hot day […]

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The Power of Words

As a writer, I am aware of the tremendous power of words. The right words can make a huge impact. How many of you can recite key phrases from historical speeches (Martin Luther King’s, “I have a dream”) for instance? Or perhaps you have a line or two from a song you can’t get out […]

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