I had the pleasure of spending a week at the Annapolis Basin Conference Center, attending the Great Teachers Seminar. The facility is great, and the surroundings were breathtaking. After the last night session ending, I grabbed my camera and frantically … Continue reading
Governor’s Lake was frozen over for the first time today. Click here for a larger version of this panorama that does it a bit more justice.
The super moon! I snapped lots of photos of this event over two nights. I will be posting a more close-up shot later, but I love the look of the clouds and sky in this one.
This incredible structure is along the Dartmouth waterfront, just past Alderney Landing, and inside Ferry Terminal Park.
I had some time to kill while Amber was at a baby shower, so I braved the cold and took some photos along the back harbour in Chester. This one was worth the frozen fingers.
Another quick shot from the passenger seat. This is a tower along the end of the 102 inbound coming into Halifax.
This shot was taken during my drive in to Young St. last week (Amber was driving). Today’s drive wasn’t quite as nice-looking…
The day I spent playing golf with friends at Penn Hills yielded quite a few nice shots. The clouds were rolling in and soon enough the sky was dark, but the grass was still lit and the colours were accentuated … Continue reading
I’m trying to shake off the cold, so I thought I’d post a nice, sunny memory – this view from Hampton Beach near Bridgetown, NS.
Some Windsor, NS houses, including Shand House, reflected in Lake Pisiquid. Taken from across the way in Falmouth.
This is the top of a small lighthouse on the waterfront in Annapolis Royal.
I took this from the car while we were driving through Canning, NS. We were driving to the look-off, and I saw this field from a few hundred metres away. I loved how it was split down the middle. The … Continue reading