A Revisit : Diana Lake Summer of 2011 We’ve hiked into this beautiful lake twice and both times the ice in the lake made it magic.  The road into the trailhead is the most challenging part of the trip as it seems to go on forever dodging pot holes at 10 – 15 kph. http://www.trailpeak.com/trail-Diana-Lake-near-Radium-Hot-Springs-BC-10083

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Glenmore Reservoir  We’ve had a bit of rain lately and more is on the way.  They have lowered the reservoir to prevent stress on the dam and prepare for the 100 mm they expect in the mountains tonight.  Just got off a few shots before heading home.  Gotta love the weather in Alberta.  Low Water […]

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Sunday Shoot by the River : Buskers and Assorted With a couple of hours free I decided to go down to Eau Claire Market area to shoot some street photographs ( I needed a break from clouds). The place was buzzing, kids, families, buskers, magicians and street folk.  After walking around for a bit I […]

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A Walk in Nose Hill Park With Toby Alberta skies are amazing in their ability to capture you  and then morph into a completely different picture in the matter of minutes. They remind me in some ways of Mount Fuji in that they just hit you in the face  and grab you and you don’t […]

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A Free Saturday and an Opportunity to Roam the Cowboy Trail Hwy. 22 “Are you looking at me?” If I could paint I might render the photo in this manner, but since I can’t paint ….. “A Road Less Travelled” “Alberta Skies”

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One Perfect Day  STATEMENT OR CAVEAT  –  A WORK IN PROGRESS A Japanese proverb that resonates with me is “Fall down seven times get up eight”, and  with the advent of digital photography it’s more like  “Fall down eight hundred  and get up the eight-hundred and first.”I’ve always considered myself somewhat arty in some strange […]

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