This lighthouse juts out on a beautiful piece of property by the bridge in Bridgetown, NS. View on 500px.
Looking down Chipman Ave in Bridegetown, Nova Scotia at the entrance to Riverside Cemetery. View on 500px.
Another shot within the Cogswell Interchange, this time looking up Cogswell St. towards Brunswick Place. View on 500px.
Looking at Purdy’s Wharf towers through the Cogswell Interchange as a Metro Transit bus streaks by. View larger at 500px.
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
A year ago today we spent a night at Stonehame Chalets in Scotsburn, NS. We had a gorgeous log cabin with a fireplace, and it was really nice to get away from it all. This was the view the following … Continue reading
More summer memories. This is the lookoff near Canning, NS. Mom, Amber, and Mallary sat at the edge and took in the incredible view.
I have two wedding gigs booked so far for 2011, so I thought I would pull out a few from previous weddings I’ve done or attended. This is Chester & Elizabeth, posing on small bridge on the grounds of Blomidon … Continue reading
We finally got around to playing some music again – it’s becoming a yearly event, and mostly in winter. Our band name will have to reflect that, except “Wintersleep” is already taken. We’re sort of like Heavy Meadows who, at … Continue reading
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
My parents found a little piece of heaven in East River last year – a piece of land for sale right on the water. The kicker was this huge, flat piece of rock that would make a deck redundant. I … Continue reading
I took this a few years ago on a chilly day in Chester, NS. The back harbour was like a mirror, reflecting some of the waterfront homes, as well as the legion.