Sometimes a cloudy sky just looks better in black and white. Taken at Chebucto Head in Nova Scotia, Canada. Enjoy! If you prefer colour photos, check out my previous post - Dramatic Sky at Chebucto Head. All photos on this website are available for purchase as prints. Click the MENU button and select PRINTS for more…Read more Dramatic Sky II – Black & White
Chebucto Head is a rocky point of land at the entrance to Halifax Harbour. Countless vessels sail past this landmark every year including container ships, cruise ships, navy ships and even tall ships like Nova Scotia's famous Bluenose II. I was fortunate to be there on a windy day in March 2017 to witness an…Read more Dramatic Sky at Chebucto Head
The dictionary defines mishmash as "a confused mixture." That's how I'd describe this array of images. It's what you do when you don't have a theme. Enjoy! All photos on this website are available for purchase as prints. Click the MENU button and select PRINTS for more information.
It's that time of the year again - the Great Blue Herons are back from their winter vacation and they're hungry! Although they can survive winter in the Maritimes, it's rare to see one until spring. They look awkward on land but they are magnificent when they fly! Here's a compilation from a couple of…Read more Great Blue Herons – 2019
I recently had the privilege of photographing "Mannheim", a world class, solid gold flute owned by renowned Halifax musician and teacher Jack Chen. Although it was WAY outside my comfort zone, I couldn't pass up the opportunity! Anyone who has heard Jack play knows that his music is just as beautiful as his flute. Jack…Read more As Good As Gold
It's been an unusual winter in Halifax County. We've had more bitterly cold days and less snow than usual. I may regret those words as Old Man Winter has a bad habit of surprising us in March - Newfoundlanders call it Sheila's Brush. At least a fresh dusting of snow makes everything look clean and…Read more Winter in Halifax County
OK, I admit it - Peggy's Cove is one of my absolute FAVOURITE locations to photograph. No matter how many times I've been to Peggy's, it's always different. I lost my car key on my last trip because I was lying down on the ice and snow trying to get some different perspectives on the…Read more Peggy’s Cove in Winter