My mind is whirling with weird scientific names and terms for animal-related phenomena. Who thought Haliaeetus leucocephalus would roll off the tongue nicely? And since when is plastron the bottom of a turtle and not a superhero name? So I’m going to take a quiet moment and post a couple photos.
Both photos are peaceful reflections in Horseshoe Lake, taken a few minutes apart.
Sunset reflected in the Bow River.
Fireweed (Epilobium angustifolium) in fall.
Frosty snow. Taken near Beaverhill Lake, Alberta.
Back from Camrose with a minimalist photo for you. Keeping almost everything outside of the frame of the photo puts much more emphasis on what is there – the tones, the quality of line. And in photography especially it is difficult to keep a composition simple. It is easy for little things to sneak in – the world is a busy and complicated place. It can be a sort of zen exercise to focus on a simple subject and to remove everything else.
This is the Saskatchewan River last winter.
I thoroughly enjoy photographing water in its various forms – it abstracts beautifully. These are the headwaters of North York Creek in the Crowsnest Pass.
I’m working on a new series from my last few hikes. These are all pictures of snow melting and refreezing into beautiful structures.