I stayed at NSCC Truro while taking a course. We shot a video as a final project, and just as we finished, the sky turned dark and the rain came pouring down. [View on 500px]
Two gulls watching the sunset over Annapolis Basin. View on 500px.
Looking at Purdy’s Wharf towers through the Cogswell Interchange as a Metro Transit bus streaks by. View larger at 500px.
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.
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
This incredible structure is along the Dartmouth waterfront, just past Alderney Landing, and inside Ferry Terminal Park.
This bench sits in a small park area beside the Tancook Island Ferry terminal in Chester. I had a bit of time to kill one morning before work, so I snapped a couple of sunrise pics with my iPhone. The … 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.
Though Shubenacadie Sam says we will get an early spring, I still need some summer inspiration to get through February. This shot was taken in September, during my sister’s wedding weekend, at the Captain’s House in Chester. The sun was … Continue reading
Thinking sunny thoughts during this ridiculously snowy and cold week. 40cm of snow makes me yearn for spring. This is Inverness Beach in Cape Breton, taken a couple of years ago on the way back home from a friend’s wedding … 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