Stretch Yourself Creatively

Stretch Yourself Creatively

Sometimes I find that I become a tad complacent with my photography. Why? Complacency is comfortable. It is like curling up in an old leather recliner with a blanket that your aunt crocheted for you a dozen Christmases ago! It feels warm and safe! The problem with...
What do Bird and Street Photography Have in Common?

What do Bird and Street Photography Have in Common?

I’m writing this on a flight heading down to Houston, Texas. As we cruise along at 35,000 ft, I was contemplating what I could write about for my next blog post. I was listening to the latest episode of Ted Vierra’s new podcast, Photography Matters, and it...
Mississippi Memories and Goodbyes

Mississippi Memories and Goodbyes

It has been almost five years since my husband and I moved from Vancouver, Canada to Houston, Texas.  When we told our friends that we were being transferred, they almost seemed apologetic. “To Houston?!” was the response. We were warned that life in...
Mississippi Cotton Fields

Mississippi Cotton Fields

Since moving to Mississippi two and a half years ago, I have wanted to photograph the cotton fields. However, whenever I came across one, it was either not in bloom, or already harvested. This past fall, I was finally in the right place at the right time! History of...
White Christmas in Vancouver

White Christmas in Vancouver

Contrary to what a lot of people think, Vancouver does not get a lot of snow in the winter. And, it is very rare that there is a white Christmas in Vancouver! In fact, in the last 20 years, we have only had three! This year was a welcome exception. For the holidays we...
Bosque del Apache in Photographs

Bosque del Apache in Photographs

In early January I was lucky enough to travel to New Mexico’s Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. I attended the Photography Intensive Workshop put on by the Friends of the Bosque del Apache. The workshop was lead by three amazing photographers: Steve...
On the Pascagoula River

On the Pascagoula River

The Pascagoula River The Pascagoula River is the largest free-flowing river system in lower 48 United States. It is approximately 80 miles long. The river starts flowing at the confluences of the Leaf and Chickasawhay Rivers in northwestern George County, Mississippi....
Fall in the South

Fall in the South

Fall in a Cypress Swamp In the Southern U.S., many people feel that we only get two seasons, hot and hotter! We may not have mountains with sugar maples that turn a fiery red in the fall, but we do have bald cypress trees. The bald cypresses turn a brilliant shade of...
Photo Walk in Steveston

Photo Walk in Steveston

Today my daughter and I went on a photo walk through Steveston. We spent a day there exploring, birding and taking pictures. Steveston village is a historic salmon canning centre at the mouth of the South Arm of the Fraser River, in Richmond, British Columbia. The...
Rocky Point, Port Moody, BC

Rocky Point, Port Moody, BC

Rocky Point Park is a 3.8 hectare park located along the east end of Burrard Inlet in Port Moody, British Columbia. Shoreline Trail follows the inlet between the Rocky Point pier and Old Orchard Park on the north shore. The trail meanders through forest paths and...
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