Monthly Archives: February 2013


Better Days

This week’s blog includes more photos of the grain elevators in Mossleigh, Alberta, southeast of Calgary.  These elevators, and the railroad tracks that run beside them, have definitely seen better days.  Pigeons come and go […]

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Quintessential Prairie

Last Sunday, I went for a photo tour southeast of Calgary.  I grew up on the prairies, and when I was in grade school, a poem called “If You’ve Ever Lived on the Prairies” by […]

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Sticking with Monochrome

I’m still starved for colour but decided I would embrace its lack and convert my photos to black-and-white for this blog post. A couple of weeks ago, I went to Johnston Canyon in Banff National Park.  They […]

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Always Something to Learn

When I told my mom that I wanted to study photography full-time for ten months, she commented in amazement, “I didn’t know there was that much to know about photography!” The Camera Store’s e-newsletter arrived […]

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