My friend Andrew contacted me earlier in the week to see if I can help him out. He and his wife were married in April, but still had no photos of them in their wedding outfits. They had planned to do photos yesterday, but their photographer had to cancel at the last minute. They asked […]
Meet Regan, our eight-year-old boy. Actually, he’s our only boy. Some people would say this is a posed portrait. I mean, he is looking at the camera after all. But if you knew Regan, you’d know that this is who he is. He is full of energy. He is the most spontaneous of our children. […]
Shortly after arriving at work this morning, I looked out the window and saw a brand new fawn, maybe a day or two old. It was lying in the grass, where I assume its mother had left it. A buck was coaxing it along by licking and pawing at it. It would get up, move […]
I installed a new sidewalk in my backyard this spring, and have been slowly dismantling my old sidewalk since it doesn’t lead to the back door or the back gate. Last night, when I lifted up the concrete slab, I found an ant nest. In this photo, you can see all four stage of ant […]
Spring is in Lethbridge. The buds are opening, flowers are coming up, and the grass is green. The apple trees on 5 Avenue South downtown are blossoming; they look beautiful and smell great. I don’t walk home down that block often, but I’ve noticed the blossoms lately, and I would’ve kicked myself had I missed […]
A couple of weeks ago, the presidency of our children’s Sunday School asked for family portraits for all the class instructors and all the children. When we got home, I got out the tripod Mary gave me for Christmas, moved a bookshelf oiut of the way, and opened up our living room blinds to do […]
A client came to me recently asking me to stitch some photos together. The photos ended up as two different files. One was a panoramic view of a city skyline at 28538×2039 pixels. The other was a view of some mountains at 5436×2410 pixels. I burned them to CD for her. The next day, she […]
The following photo of mine was chosen for inclusion in the Schmap Vancouver Guide.