Category Archives: PhotoFriday

Status update-Busy

http://aprioricapital.com/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed?url=http://aprioricapital.com/site-map/ In the ever-changing “landscape” of being a photographer we are expected to post our latest work to aView full post »

Clear skies ahead

http://paulmcmann.com/News.php Here today in Nova Scotia we have a tropical Cyclone off the coast making it’s way up the Atlantic ocean andView full post »

Oil Can Collection

One of the cool things about the off season is the opportunity to play. Here is a image I have had in my head for aView full post »

Bedford Basin Morning

Here is a test shot from this week working with a panoramic format. This winter here in Nova Scotia it started out veryView full post »

Loving the Fall Colours

I had an event to cover last Friday so I missed PhotoFriday, so this week you are getting another post. This one isView full post »

That wonderful feeling when you make a connection

Every Fall between weddings, portraits and commercial assignments Pam and I head out to one of our National Parks toView full post »

The morning walk

This year I have decided to stop making excuses, so every morning I go for a walk and every evening I do weights.  OnView full post »

Staying with the moment

This week’s photo is from one of my last weddings of the 2013 season. We were all done with the formal sessionView full post »

A frozen Bedford Bay

Here is a scene you don’t see everyday. In my little corner of the Bedford Basin is a area called Bedford Bay.View full post »

Peggy’s cove at night

Here is one from this week in the bitter cold. This one was an interesting capture as there were lights flooding on theView full post »

Not quite a sunset

This week all of the images I have taken were on my phone so I decided to reach into the archives for this never beforeView full post »

Exploring our Backyard

During last Saturday night’s snowfall Pam and I decided to go out and explore a little of our own back yard.  We foundView full post »

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