As the publication of website posting number 500 on this photography blog drew ever near, the challenge became what I should write about as this is a bit of a milestone event. I decided to share some of my favourite images that I’ve captured over the past number of years, and tie them together with some philosophical musings. Continue reading Website Posting Number 500
It is often a strange thing to look back on one’s goals in life. To see what was important to us at various stages in the past, and what we deem to be important today. There is truth in the idea that our goals create the life we live. Continue reading Goals Create the Life We Live.
Our friends at Photography Life have just published a new article that I wrote for the website, Life is More Interesting with BAGS. Continue reading Life is More Interesting with BAGS on Photography Life
It seems to me that too much time is spent on the technical aspects of photography, rather than on a far more important issue… the connection of photography with intuition. Continue reading The Connection of Photography with Intuition
Our friends at Photography Life have published a new article that I wrote for the website: Why I Prefer Being a Lazy Post-Processor than a Lazy Photographer. Continue reading Why I Prefer Being a Lazy Post-Processor than a Lazy Photographer on Photography Life
Sometimes travelling has the ability to deliver life lessons in unexpected ways. This article shares some insights gained at Marie Joseph during our recent Nova Scotia photography tour. Continue reading Insights gained at Marie Joseph
None of us really ever knows what lays ahead. We may feel completely secure in our current circumstances and relationships. Our career may appear on an upward trajectory. Our health is robust. Our friends and family strong and nurturing. We seem to breeze through each day with life unfolding as it has in the past. In a single moment, everything can change…and we are left wondering about the future after a fire has struck in our lives. It may be the loss of a loved one. A job. An ended relationship. A change in our health. A physical disaster, or other personal tragedy. Continue reading After a fire…