Category Archives: Landscapes


Fisgard Lighthouse – Now I See the Light

Fisgard Lighthouse in Victoria British Columbia has intrigued me since moving here three years ago. The tall white building with red top and orange side building struck me as an iconic landmark that I really […]

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Red Moon on the Rise

The red moon rising over Victoria’s skyline happened through some good planning, a late night hike and a some smoke.

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On Point Victoria Star Trails

Photographing star trails in a busy harbour with street lights and passing cars is exactly the type of challenge that I enjoy as a photographer. I’ve been wanting to shoot some Victoria star trails for […]

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Giant Star Trails

Star trails in the north can be tricky if you plan on doing long exposures. The long exposures that are needed to show the rotation of the stars are often blown out by the aurora. […]

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Snow Castle Aurora

The lure of the ice road, the challenge of setting the camera to the proper exposure before my fingers freeze. Then the creative ways to stay warm while waiting for the aurora to do their […]

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Inuvik Igloo Church

The Inuvik Igloo Church has been one of my bucket list things to photograph in the NWT. With this unique angle, I’m happy to give it a big check mark. I shot this photo on […]

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Catching Aurora

Last night was a great night for aurora photography. These two photos were taken over a few hours to allow for the star trails to form.

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Northern Trails

I’ve spent a few years playing with long exposures and star trails. The hardest part about shooting them in the North is that when it is dark enough to shoot them, the aurora get in […]

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While you were Sleeping

A series of photos I took between 10:30pm and 1:30am on Jan. 20, 2012 in and around Yellowknife’s Back Bay Cemetery.

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Sunset at the Falls

One of the most visited and photographed locations around Yellowknife is Cameron Falls. I’ve spent many visits trying to find a way to shoot them that hasn’t been seen before.

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