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  1. Our neighbours House fire

    19 Sep 2017
    It’s 8:30am when I hear  screaming and yelling and look out my window to see my friends house ablaze directly across the street from my place. No one was injured, fire and police did an admirable job but at least one side of the duplex is a write off.  They…

  2. A birthday dinner

    20 Jul 2017
    Laura’s 18th birthday dinner party at home with a handful of her closest friends.  I love black and white so decided to go old-school using Canon’s cheapest lens, the plastic-bodied 50mm 1.8. With it’s hit and miss auto focus I wouldn’t risk using it at a wedding etc but for…

  3. Bud light…

    27 May 2017
    The annual Tulip festival in Ottawa -  I’m usually not that much interested in photographing flowers, except when as components or elements of more expansive landscape photography. The month of May sees thousands of visitors and locals scouring the parks as they take in the beauty of many coloured varieties…

  4. While waiting…

    07 May 2017
    I took a little exploratory stroll adjacent to the UQO sports field while attending my son’s football training session, found this disused railroad bridge decorated with the obligatory graffiti.   Also a couple of sideline shots of the practice session.  

  5. A Biodanza session

    05 May 2017
    Some recent work published on a flyer I photographed for Biodanza Aylmer.  Biodanza (neologism from the Greek bio (life) and the Spanish danza (dance), literally the dance of life) is a system of self-development that uses music, movement and positive feelings to deepen self-awareness. Biodanza is a process of…

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