Exploring landscapes often from a minimalist, abstract & often alien perspective.
Algonquin Park, Ontario (near Burnt Island Lake) after a heavy rain storm that lasted hours & as long as our entire portage. The rain was so hard that my skin was beginning to hurt. Just as we set up camp & the sun was setting, the rain broke & I took this photograph.
Eastern Ontario at magic hour.
Charleston Lake, Ontario at sunrise.
Algonquin Park at sunrise in June just before a swarm of millions of mosquitoes attacked my lens & face.
Iroquois In Fog
To appear in the distance like a soft moaning voice calling to me. Iroquois, Eastern Ontario in early morning fog.
Somewhere Ontario - 135 film
This photograph was taken some time in 1997 or 1998 somewhere in Ontario & was developed for the 1st time in 2020. I was with some friends, we were going to a cottage,. We stopped so someone could pee on the side of the road. i stood on the van & took this photograph. I just don't remember where we were.
Elegantly sliding across the surface.
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Bay of Fundy at low tide no.1 Textures undulating like echoes of water lapping against stone.
Bay of Fundy at low tide no.3 Spaces so big, they could swallow you up.
Bay of Fundy at low tide no. 2 Hidden from us only for a few hours at a time suggest a lifetime of activity.
Burntcoat at Low tide at the Bay of Fundy
Burntcoat Head Pier At Low Tide no. 1
There is too much ground to cover but everything is a possibility so it doesn't really matter does it?
Eastern Ontario, Morrisburg
Frontenac Provincial Park Waterfall - Colour
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