Architecture · Night time

Shooting Walterdale with a shaky hand

Anyone who knows anything about anything will tell you that to take photos at night you need a very-sensitive-to-light camera or a sniper-steady hand and a longish exposure. But first prize would be a tripod, low ISO (google it if you don’t know what ISO is) and a long exposure to let in the right… Continue reading Shooting Walterdale with a shaky hand

Architecture · Cariboo · Photography · Throwback Thursday · Travel

Throwback Thursday: Little church on the prairie

Back in June 2013 I did a blogpost on this gutted church that stands lonely in a field of dandelions out on Red Bluff Road, south of Quesnel, British Columbia. The light was perfect – pink and soft after a late afternoon shower – so I took a detour to try to photograph her. I… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Little church on the prairie

Architecture · Nature · Photography · Quesnel · Winter

A jaunt to clear away the cobwebs

Until early January I was loving winter. Then I took a trip to the warmer climes of South Africa and Madagascar for five weeks. Since arriving back in Canuckistan in early February winter hasn’t been quite as kind. It has been colder than before I left, granted, but that wasn’t the problem. After a week… Continue reading A jaunt to clear away the cobwebs