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Monthly Archives: October 2010

Food for the Soul

After making a vegetarian meal tonight (no I’m not vegetarian; just love vegetables) of curried tofu and vegetables, I thought it might make a tasty post. So here are a few recent food photos to titillate your taste buds. Beginning with tonight’s meal of curried tofu & vegetables that I served on Basmati rice, topped […]

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Autumn Wedding Bells from Jubilee Park, Grande Prairie

Weddings are fun to photograph and I know how excited the brides & grooms are for each wedding to see their photos afterward. I’ve been very neglectful in getting images up this year. Here are just a few from a colourful September wedding photographed in Jubilee Park in Grande Prairie here in Alberta. This couple […]

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Corporate Portraits :: Grande Prairie

Remember, a portrait says a lot about who you are and what you do! Do you need a new portrait to better represent who you are? You know who to call — not Ghostbusters — but Diane Schuller! These are a couple portraits from a recent photo session with the author of Lacey and the […]

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Economical Portraits: Storyboards

Storyboards are one of my favourite boutique items that I love to put together for clients. Besides the enjoyment I get creating them, they are a very economical way of having a beautiful portrait for the wall of your home or office. With storyboards there are so many different combinations in terms of design. The […]

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Remembering the end of Autumn 2010

No words today; simply images of the autumn of 2010. All images were taken while the trees still held on to their delicate leaves. The snow is here now and winter is nigh. From Forever and Ever, Amen by George Miksch Sutton in Audobon: “… By the wind I shall be scattered — up and […]

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Photographs Are Meant to be Printed

Everyone who knows me, or visits here often, knows that I am a strong proponent of getting your photographs printed. CDs and DVDs corrupt, hard drives crash, and one day the technology will no longer read CDs and DVDs (remember vinyl records or 8-track tapes for instance). Two weeks ago I asked for readers to […]

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