It started innocently enough. The photblogs and pro’s (and so did Robin Williams in Dead Poet’s Society) always say change your perspective. Try looking at things from different angles. Put the camera on the ground, above your head etc. Anyone who has seen many of my photos know I already do this, it’s something of a mantra for me, something I’ve tried to teach to my kids. Look at things from as many angles as possible. It opens up a world of possibilities. Continue reading Views from the Roof(s)
You would too if this was your view this time last week. Continue reading Oh No! John is complaining about the weather again.
I’ve been enjoying posting random shots from my collection so I think I’ll try and make a habit of it. Continue reading Random Photo
As much as I’ve been moaning about the cold weather lately, and as we are under a snowfall warning this evening (expecting up to 30cm), when the sun does peek out, it’s a sight to behold. Continue reading It may be cold. But it sure is pretty.
If you’ve been reading these posts lately, you might have noticed I’m having a hard time acclimating this winter. It gets worse every year it seems. I know I really need to suck it up and get on with life but days like today make it hard. I was sorting out some photos from the last month and well..
…this sucks! Continue reading Come Back October, All Is Forgiven
Oh Alberta… For that matter, Oh North America. I love Daylight Savings Time. Especially in November and December. I live far enough North that the average person can drive to work in darkness, work in their offices in daylight and then drive home again in darkness. How is that helping anyone? Luckily for me, I work mostly from home and I can actually enjoy the daylight. Continue reading Magic Hour and DST