Category: landscapes

  • If you blink, you might miss it

    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan November 5, 2010 5:47 PM After living in the condo for about 5 years, I have witnessed hundreds of beautiful sunsets.  Last night I sorted through over 200 photos of these sunsets that were taken over the course of these 5 years.  There were difficult choices to make but eventually I narrowed them […]

  • Johnson Canyon

    Johnson Canyon, Banff National Park, Alberta July 5, 1995 The “Ink Pots” at the top end of the Johnston Canyon trail.  It was a beautiful hike which I would love to do again.  Even though the picture quality is not the same as it is in today’s technological world, it still captured a moment I […]

  • A Beautiful Hardship

    North West of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan July 11, 2010  Between 1:00 and 5:00 PM From the air, you see colored patterns that are not created by an artist but a farmer trying to make a living.  Their purpose is to make what they can with the waterlogged fields that nature gave them.  Instead of straight lines, […]

  • A Canola Backdrop

    The Crooked Bush, just outside of Hepburn, Saskatchewan July 24th, 2010 4:25 PM The canola field sits just on the edge of The Crooked Bush.  Amber, with camera in hand, was taking closeups of the canola.  I, on the other hand, was taking distant shots.  This is my baby against a colorful backdrop.