Month: July 2009

first and last

first and last

this was an old dresser next to my bed in my cabin in temagami. it was the first and last thing i saw. i laid on my bed with my camera and shot it how i saw it at the start and end of my days.

UPDATE:
Apparently Michelle was taking a picture of me while I was taking a picture of the dresser. Enjoy!

the north

the north

this past weekend i was blessed enough to be able to enjoy temagami for 3 days. it is a remote town in nothern ontario, about 5 hours north of toronto. i spent a few hours in this canoe over the 3 days, and many more over the 20 years i’ve been around it.

moote point

moote point

i’ve been shooting a little bit, nothing too interesting. nothing too motivating (with my current gear setup anyways). then a gorgeous sunset comes like this. i shot this off my front porch and stiched together a number of shots to make this panaroma. its a 120 megapixel shot so if anyone wants to pay big bucks to have it enlarged on canvas, let me know! also, i realize at this width, the photo is a little small so i put a larger version here if you want to check it out.

ps firefox (or any browser for that matter) butchers this, oh well.

juxtapose

juxtapose

heres a shot from the inside of the abandoned house, looking out of a broken window into a field. this was one of the first areas that drew my interest. the lighting was spectacular but unfortunately our cameras can’t see as much as our eyes. i had to use a tripod and do some bracketing to get good exposures for the inside and out and combine them.

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