An interesting design element of the Qualico Family Centre at Winnipeg’s Assiniboine Park, is the tree growing through the exterior skylight. The building also incorporates a living roof.
A few images from the Viking Village at the annual Icelandic Festival of Manitoba. Last year I shot more of the Viking battle scenes, this year I made an effort to shoot the village. Because I arrived a bit late I choose my favourite camera lens combination, the Canon 5D Mark III and the 70-200 f/2.8L IS II and shot handheld.
A yellow-bellied Sapsucker on a Maple. I’ve been a little busy with some spring renovation projects as of late, unfortunately my photography has suffered and haven’t been able to post any new images as of late. But here is a recent shot of a very cooperative woodpecker at 300MM on a full frame body with very little cropping required.
Graffiti in the Kensington Market District of Toronto, Canada.
I’ve been making an effort to concentrate on photographing my own city and province after a few years of neglecting some of the great spots available. The plan is to eventually release a book of Winnipeg or Manitoba images. This is the recently redesigned Duck Pond in Assiniboine Park at night. Soon to be a frozen ice skating surface.
The Pavilion reflected in the Duck Pond under moonlight.
While stopping for coffee on the Trans-Canada highway in Northwestern Ontario, a giant pumpkin on a porch.
Fall image of Rainbow Falls in Whiteshell Provincial Park, Manitoba, Canada. This is a long exposure using an ND filter and polarizer to emphasize the whirlpool action of the water, and to eliminate the small group of people wading into the water on a very warm fall day. Even with the long exposure I had to blend several images together to eliminate any sunbathers that didn’t move through the frame. The temp. was in the upper 20’s celsius.