Thursday, September 25, 2008

Days Gone By

Taken near Bonavista.

Wagon Wheel

Photo taken in Trinity, NL.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Bonavista Seascape

Root Cellar Elliston, NL

This past weekend we visited Elliston, the root cellar capital of the world. Here is a photo of one of a number of root cellars that I photographed. To find out more about root cellars in Elliston check out this website:

In the second photo is an infrared version. I haven’t explored infrared photography much but plan to study this a bit more over time.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Bonavista-Days Gone By

Photos taken on Saturday during a trip to the Bonavista Peninsula.

Friday, September 19, 2008


Portrait take outside last Saturday.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Portraits of Melissa

Portraits from a Sunday morning photo shoot in Bowring park.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Dragon Boat

On Sunday a significant event occurred in Paradise, a fledging community just outside St. John’s. The official ribbon cutting ceremony to launch the Dragon Boat occurred. Below is an excerpt from Monday’s provincial paper The Telegram. I hope you enjoy the collage of pictures I took followed by some larger images from the event.
The Telegram
More than 50 breast cancer survivors and about 300 supporters cheered on the shores of Octagon Pond in Paradise as the Avalon Dragons awakened.
In a ceremony to “awaken the dragon” the cancer survivors launched the dragon boat which they built themselves over the last year.
There is a strong link between dragon boating and breast cancer — the exercise helps combat lymphedema, a common side effect of breast cancer treatments.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Sunday, September 07, 2008

Cape Spear & Minnie

Saturday was an absolute fantastic day here in St. John’s. It was the type of day that made all the other bad days seem worth it. I took advantage of the fine weather and went to Cape Spear to try out a new telephoto f2.8 lens that I had just bought.
As luck would have it I meet a young lady from China who was happy to be photographed in return for pictures. You never know your luck when you go around with a camera sporting big lenses :).
I wanted to test my new lens so it worked out for both of us. To view more photos of the young Chinese lady who comes from Guangzhou click on this link:

Friday, September 05, 2008

Fisher Persons from Random Island

Here are a couple of photos I took last fall while visiting Random Island. These fishers were getting ready to go fishing. It was a beautiful sunny day at the time.

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Local Music Bands

I have pictures of three different local music bands for you today. I tried three different techniques for each photo.
The first photo is of the band “FUSE”. I did a photo shoot for them last year at the east end of Water Street. The band used to play at the Sundance but they are now no longer singing together.
The second image is a triptych of the band Shanneyganock. I took this picture at King George V Park on Sunday.
The last photo (actually a collage of photos) was also taken at King George V Park. The band’s name is Aislin House and they are very good.

Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Motorcycle and Jeep

Photographed in parking lot near King George V Park on Sunday.

Monday, September 01, 2008


Berries I photographed today.