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My favourites from 2015

What you see below are the images I produced in 2015 that just seem to hit me in the right spot. They are not in any particular order (Although, that 1st one turned out fabulous.( You should see it printed ) And instead of describing them with 27,000 words, I’ll just let you take a look…

I sincerely hope you have a safe and fun-filled Happy New Year!!!



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Christmas Eve 2015

Green fields. Blue skies. 14 degrees Celsius. Not what you would call an average December 24th in Canada. I’m not complaining mind you. It think this weather just makes things a lot safer for anyone travelling. But, it is always nice to wake up Christmas morning and see the white stuff. Oh well, mother nature is doing her thing.

I was heading out to pick some items up in town today.  On the way I spotted this field on Harwood Road. What grabbed me was the very feathery clouds. I just had to stop and capture a shot. Especially to record what this day was like on this Christmas Eve 2015. I expect some big changes coming with respect to weather very soon. I hope you all had a chance to revel in the oddity of this day. And I sincerely wish you all have a safe, fun filled, too much food and drink, laugh out loud Merry Christmas. (For those of you who don’t celebrate Christmas just go ahead and have a great time doing all that stuff anyway.)

Fuji X-T1, Fujinon 56mm f4 – 3 image HDR processed in Nik HDR Efex Pro 2 and Adobe Lightroom.

Christmas Eve

Patiently Waiting

 So it is an absolutely gorgeous day. I am wandering around Cobourg shooting some stuff. I land here. The Cobourg Marina. The sky is perfect. The lake is perfect. The sun is shinning. I spot this Dock Cleat, standing with arms spread, waiting. Patiently waiting to support whatever boat comes along that needs to connect with land. It is a simple little thing. Anchored to the pier by 4 bolts. Unmoving in its conviction. Determined to do its job under any weather condition. Dependable to the end. Of course you have to tie your boat to it properly, but that is another story. What makes this photo for me is the way this little guy just stands there. Knowing there is a boat out there, past the lighthouse, coming his way.

The skies and wind-blown lake his companions until that boat arrives.

Patiently WaitingFuji XT-1 & 10-24mm f4 @10mm -1/1100, f8 ISO 200 Processed in Lightroom

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