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Yearly Archives: 2010

Autumn Leaves Will Fall

A few autumn leaves taken in my backyard a couple days ago. “Everyone must take time to sit and watch the leaves turn.” ~Elizabeth Lawrence I am loving autumn. The leaves turning their brilliant yellows, golds, auburn, and reds are truly nature’s kaleidoscope. I love the earthy scent of autumn as the frost begins the […]

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Autumn in Black and White

“Sometimes I do get to places just when God’s ready to have somebody click the shutter.” ~Ansel Adams “Life is like a good black and white photograph, there’s black, there’s white, and lots of shades in between.” ~ Karl Heiner ~ ~ ~

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My Neck of the Woods :: 3

Today’s installment will be a bit shorter but I have a trio of photos for you. The next set will likely be more images of the village where I get my mail. For today, I’m sticking quite close to home. This was taken day before yesterday. These are black poplars which grow like weeds up […]

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Digital Files — Free or Close to it!

“Quality is not an act, it is a habit.” ~Aristotle. I’m finally getting some breathing room though I do have one more wedding planned for this month and a couple other photo sessions planned. I’ll be sending out my monthly newsletter within a week but wanted to share a few tidbits anyway. The newsletter will […]

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A Beautiful Day in the Peace – Wapiti region of Alberta

What a glorious day. We have wet snow forecast for tomorrow yet today was a lovely sunny day and the countryside was aglow with all the coloured leaves, the rich autumn sky, and lots more too. On my way home from Grande Prairie today, I took time to take a few photos — actually I […]

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My Neck of the Woods :: 2

Although this is my business photo journal, here’s the second installment for my new personal project, My Neck of the Woods, that I began last week. Since these photos were not taken this week, they are almost ‘out of date’ because of how much the surroundings have changed. Right now, instead of green trees, they’re […]

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