Monthly Archives: April 2012

Favourite Cameras: Canon Sure Shot A1

Fred Herzog is a fantastic street photographer justly celebrated for his wonderful day-in-the-life photographs of Vancouver. His shots from the 1950s and 60s are particularly exquisite. Recently, I saw a television documentary on Herzog, and in one scene he was … Continue reading

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Henry & Liam

A friend’s pair of Irish Setters out for their afternoon walk. Henry is the foreground.

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Wild Times

One of the best things about living where I do is the profusion of wildflowers that spring up at this time of year. Especially numerous are the white fawn lillies and camus flowers, but my favourite is the much less … Continue reading

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Fifteen Years Ago Today

One aspect of being an avid sky watcher is that the passage of time isn’t marked just with pages in a calendar, but also by gaps — the spaces between “once-in-a-lifetime” events. Looking at this photo of Comet Hale-Bopp now, … Continue reading

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