Shooting at night is a little more technical than daytime. I was glad that renowned night photographers Colin Chatfield and Tara McGee came to do a workshop at Avonlea Heritage Museum. Colin’s presentation was very informative and I’m glad I attended. During his presentation, it rained and was thundering, so we were unable to go to the Avonlea Badlands. Thanks Jan, for allowing us to … Continue reading Night Photography
I rushed to Dunnet Park to catch the sunset on a huge supercell to the southeast. Although I was too late to get much of the sunset, the lightning turned into quite a show. The above video has 4 timelapses I from last night. Push the play button. When I began, there was a hint of a rainbow over the canola. It continued to intrigue … Continue reading Night of Lightning
We hadn’t organized a Halloween shoot for a couple of years, and so we decided we’d like to do it again. I called the farmer to obtain permission to take photos by this really interesting old grain elevator. Continue reading Halloween Shoot 2018
They said there was a chance of aurora this night and the sky was clear, so we ventured out. Continue reading Aurora 10 Oct 2018
I had the privilege of watching Lady Aurora dance last night. Friend’s social media posts alerted me of her possible presence. The evening did not look promising. At dusk, it was overcast and I thought for sure she would be a bust. Continue reading Aurora Timelapse 20181007
Check out this great little park near Avonlea! Camping, fishing, boating, mini-golf and swimming when the brand new outdoor pool is complete. Viewed from the air. Continue reading Dunnet Regional Park
We had a pair of great horned owls nest in our quonset last spring. They successfully raised two young ones and we were enthralled to watch their progress via webcam. We were ecstatic to learn they have returned this year! Continue reading HooCam [Season 2, Episode 1] They’re Baaack!