What’s up?
After last weeks excitement at selling a framed print of the Bellagio Fountains

I just found out that I sold a canvas print of the same image!

Thank you to the anonymous buyers, I’m not sure why this particular image has enjoyed the limelight this week but I sure am happy about it!!

I sold this!

How wonderful to learn that someone out there wanted my photograph hanging on their wall! I hope the anonymous buyer enjoys this framed print.



Picture this.…

It was a hot summer evening in Alberta. The fields were a patchwork quilt of canola, wheat and barley with a blue haze in the air from the forest fires burning in the north. My three beautiful daughters stood in the bright yellow canola on the same farm that generations of their family have stood before them. They arrived with braids and lip gloss of which I am certain this is not how their ancestors ever spent time in the fields, however, they did it for me. I just wanted a few photographs of my girls on the land that now has new owners. I got what I came for and was pleased, however, this was the occasion that my Nikon decided to capture it’s last image.

The shutter is dead. It’s happened before, it will cost too much to ship it to Vancouver for repairs. It is a sad farewe

Gratitude - Photographer of the Day

I would like to pass on a huge thank you fellow RedBubbler, Adam Bykowski, for making my day an amazing one, filling my head with happy thoughts and just for being the kind of human being that everyone should try to be.

Mother Teresa says, “Let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier.” I believe that this is what Adam’s Lenten Project has accomplished.

I was actually moved to tears when I read his kind words.

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