Wide-angle anyone?

One morning I heard a little voice saying “Ok Trent…Take a wide-angle lens and forget the birds for once.” Seemed like sound advice so I headed out at sunrise and booted it out to the […]

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The Work of Friends.

Inspiration comes in many packages, is difficult to summon at will, often elusive, but extremely powerful when the “Inspiration sweet spot” comes into focus. This was evident at a recent photo shoot when some of […]

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Northern Ontario Calling.

OK…..Close your eyes, blink and pinch yourself. How did we get to the “Quebec Lodge” in North Western Ontario? Quebec Lodge near Nipigon, Ontario. Quebec Lodge. Quebec Lodge. Quebec Lodge. Cathy and I had planned […]

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Backyard Migration.

Thousands of kilometers under your wings and thousands more to go.  These six species of migratory birds hopped in and out of my raspberry bushes gleaning seeds, spiders, insects and other delicious tidbits. As you […]

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Fall is coming.

Mother nature hired a pretty cool decorator for this fall’s color palette. Splashes of red strategically sprinkled among the vibrant yellows, oranges and remaining greens seem deliberately placed to enhance their impact. Birds are preparing […]

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The Enchanted Harp.

Fairies, Unicorns, mischievous boys, a harp and a mystery.  My friend Weldon Gray contacted me to take pictures of a harp that he found in his shop. I was so lucky to be part of […]

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Wild Bird Release.

What an exciting day. It was such a pleasure to witness the release of two birds back into the wild. The story begins August 17 when my granddaughter, Olive, was walking to our house and […]

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Some summer images.

Recent outings looking for newly fledged birds and summer flowers in bloom netted a few gems for me to share with you. I am following the progress of the Peregrine Falcons on the Renaissance tower. […]

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Quilt Fest 2018.

Each year we celebrate our amazing family by gathering in Saskatoon for a weekend of visiting, eating, playing, talking, laughing and creating. The origin of the event dates back nearly 20 years when two nieces, […]

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The Peregrines on the Roof.

How lucky can a bird photographer get.  My falconer friend Paddy Thompson called this morning to see if I would like to go up to the rooftop of the Renaissance tower and take pictures of […]

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