January 18, 2020

October 18, 2019

A late fall walk on the converted bike and hike trail along a section of the Kettle Valley Railway near Kelowna BC.

September 7, 2019

As part of my show at the Commercial Street Cafe Gallery this August, I offered to give away a print to one randomly-selected visitor. After taking down the show, I involved a friend's two boys to choose the winner: first, I randomly numbered those who'd signed the gue...

August 17, 2019

Anyone with any camera can take a sharp picture. Snap. It's done. Anyone can take a shot that is out of focus--like this one a tourist shot of me, using my camera. 

Which I happen to like.

At the opening of my recent show "Crossings," which features quite a few ima...

August 2, 2019

Last year I met a friend for coffee at a café I hadn't visited before, south of The Drive, at 20th and Commercial Street in Vancouver. The café has two rooms, with art on the walls. I later contacted one of the co-owner, Pete, and asked if he might consider a show of m...

April 9, 2019

This Sunday the Pacific was whipped up into twenty-foot swells.

Along the west coast of Vancouver Island, the "Wild Pacific Trail" allows dramatic viewpoints of the rough shore.

The following day it was safer to be closer to the ocean.

February 14, 2019

I've never been particularly comfortable at being photographed, mainly because I know what the image is going to look like from the lens being used, the lighting, and who the photographer is. 

But every now and then I get the urge to see what I look like to ot...

December 15, 2018

The colour version is a Lightroom-adjusted Fuji "Chrome" look; the near-monochrome is from the jpg original, using Lightroom desaturation and crushing the shadows, with some dodging and vignetting applied. Which works better for you? For the subject? 

 Why do you p...

December 14, 2018

I get as much pleasure looking up as I do looking around me. Winter trees, bare, silhouetted against the dusk.

I walk into streetlamps sometimes! But then: crows, flocking home for the night. 

April 10, 2018

A few weeks ago I had my Fuji X100T with me* and I was downtown. I like this little restaurant, The Templeton, a fixture on Granville Street since–forever. 

 Then I walked further on, and sat at a bus shelter.

 This used to be a single-screen theatre, then a multiplex, a...

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