I could wander around False Creek for DAYS without getting bored! There is always something new to discover, and always an interesting perspective to capture! I’ll let these pictures speak for themselves! 😛
Ended up on a little stroll along the Granville Street Bridge last night and had to stop at a few spots to capture (what I think) are some funky photos! I’ve been trying to get a picture of the painted silos for a while but could never find an angle that I liked; but I like how this angle allows you to see the city in the background. Needless to say, I’m looking forward to the weather warming up a little more so I can get out to take more night shots (well, so I can take more and not be cold).
Okay, so obviously Patty and Selma from “The Simpsons” didn’t visit Vancouver, but the next “best” thing did; the Simpson Sisters!! While they aren’t twins, they certainly look like it! And given that they were both recovering from a nasty cold and both had a deep raspy voice I decided to call them Patty and Selma for the weekend! I also decided to make them my models so I could practice some portrait photography and play around with my camera settings. If you have any feedback please share it with me; it’s the only way to learn!
Oh, and as always, my regular model joined in on our adventures too! 😉
It’s been wayyyy too long since I last captured some cityscape pictures, so it felt great when I managed to get back into the habit last night! It was so mild outside and the skies were the clearest they had been in a while, so I had no excuses! I also realized just how therapeutic photography can be for me. My work life has been absolutely insane lately, and I can’t seem to keep up with it all, but when I get behind my camera and find the perfectly framed shot I somehow forget about the endless to-do lists and countless emails. Speaking of which, I should probably get back to answering a few! Hope you enjoy!
As I was driving down Cambie street, and after spending the day shopping for my belated Christmas celebrations, I simply had to go check out the sunset. The sky was radiant with pink and purple, and I had my camera in the back seat! I wracked my brain to think of a vantage point to capture the city and sky, but couldn’t think of anything so decided to pull over at 12th and Yukon to snap a picture. After a few minutes I thought I would go down to Granville Island but on my way came across the most amazing view and yet again had to stop to capture what I saw! Take a look and let me know what you think!
PS – I’ve included the location below of where I captured the second picture from.
I recently spent some time visiting my sister in Hamilton, Ontario, and even though it is itself a beautiful city, I simply had to make the trek into Toronto for a day of “photo-adventuring” around the city. Thankfully my sister joined me; she drove and I navigated. I had done my research so we knew of a few places we wanted to go, but the most exciting locations were the ones we hadn’t planned!
Being from a very small town in rural New Brunswick I am incredibly proud of where I come from! And am equally proud of my town’s only claim to fame; the McAdam Railway Station! I went up to the station after being in Fredericton for the weekend so I could get a nice nighttime shot as a Christmas present for my aunt (and because it was calling for rain for the next few days). It was incredibly cold, but my patience paid off and I managed to capture these two photos; and I’m so happy that I surprisingly caught a small glimpse of the Northern Lights. Needless to say, my aunt was very happy with her Christmas present (especially because I also managed to locate the perfect frame to go with it).