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Is it time to actually do something with your travel photographs?
Travel blogging is an amazing way to experience the things that very few will ever get to try. You...
Dolce Far Niente: Why you should drop everything today and do nothing

Whatever you’re working on – forget about it for the rest of the day, and create something. Something useful. Something you care about.

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Finding inspiration in Tokyo

A few weeks ago I was asked to do a public talk and share some of my photography and stories from my trip to Tokyo, Japan. In preparation for the event I found some Japan pictures I haven’t shared before.

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When Colombia calls you

When Colombia calls you

Travel September 17, 2016

Once a very untouchable country, Colombia today is more open to international travelers than it has ever been. The soaring peaks of the Andes and the motley ecology of the lowlands contributes to the indefinable nature of this ever-evolving nation. You will be able to swim in the Caribbean,... Read more
A little known story about the oldest church in Alberta, Canada

The historic McDougall Memorial United Church is located a short drive west from Calgary. In summer, I love to enjoy these country roads on my motorcycle and avoid the busy highway on my way to Canmore, Banff or beyond.

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Vancouver aerial photography: Granville Island
A few weeks ago I wrote about one of the most expensive photographs I’ve created so far. While not as expensive as New York City, chartering a seaboat plane in Vancouver was definitely up there in price too, but a fun experience resulting in some unique photographs – such as... Read more
Travel tips for New York City
“Alone in New York” turned out to be one of the most popular photographs in my fine art photograpy gallery. I’ve visited this amazing city several times, traveling solo. In this post I want to share some of my travel tips to help you prepare for your visit to... Read more
The ugly duckling and the perfectly timed photograph

While I was trying to capture a shot of the Lost Lagoon in Vancouver a few months ago, an “ugly” duckling stepped in front of my camera, resulting in this image instead…

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Vancouver, a metropolitan diamond in the rough

I’ve traveled to Vancouver so many times it has become my home away from home – but never have I captured a photograph of the famous Inuksuk near English Bay in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada – until now 🙂

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Letting the good times roll in New Orleans, Louisiana
A while back, I had the privilege of visiting the beautiful city of New Orleans, Louisiana. My liver is still recovering from the adventure, but “Noo Aw-lins” has a lot more to offer than cheap drinks. New Orleans, the largest city of Louisiana, located on a Mississippi River bend... Read more
It’s not screen time, it’s book time
Printed media is not dead by any means, as millions of people still prefer to curl up with a good book. Personally I love the smell and touch of a book, whether old or new. However, I’m excited that two of my e-books are now available on Amazon as... Read more