Spent the afternoon walking the town of High River Alberta with some black and white film. High River is 45 min south of Calgary and was hit hardest by the […]
And a wicked storm blew in, perfect conditions 🙂 Shot with the Leica M9 and Elmarit 28mm leica lens.
A perfect combo, and 1960’s Lincoln Continental complete with those awesome suicide doors photographed with a 1963 Leica M3 film camera. Found yesterday while looking for something to shoot.
Or what? Lots of black bears around, perfect weather and some interesting skies. The only thing needed would be replacing the oars with a motor, but it wouldn’t be so […]
Don’t bother going to BC unless you have packed your fly rod! Kootenay Lake area is a must for fly fishing, and here is a photo of my setup. Awesome […]
An architectural photo in 35mm black and white film of the Bow Tower hiding in downtown Calgary using the Leica M6 TTL and 28mm ASPH lens. The film used used […]
A little street photography in downtown Calgary on a Saturday, not much going on thats for sure! You can see the reflection of the Calgary Husky Tower on the right. […]
Down the road and into the storm, taken while chasing a very interesting storm system that almost turned into a tornado just north of Calgary on 12/07/05. A very slight […]
Once upon a time I am sure this Steer/Bull said moo… Shot with the new Leica Elmarit 28mm ASPH lens
Stormy weather and choppy seas… Actually its a lake in Alberta, Canada. Cold and windy, this small lake was really moving.
After much Toyota Land Cruising, we made a few landscape shots of the interesting light from the Siberian Wildfires that moved over the Rockies. Great colour, good fun and plenty of […]
Interesting place for sure…. Leica M6 TTL 0.85, Kodak Tri X, 28mm Elmarit
A wicked storm blew through here late yesterday afternoon/evening and was supposed to turn into a tornado. I ended up chasing it for a few hours east of the city […]
Ilford Delta 400, Leica M6 TTL 0.85 and the 28mm Elmarit lens developed with Ilford DDX in the basement washroom.