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How Financial Freedom Will Change Your Life
What does financial freedom mean? In short, it describes a lifestyle that is organized in such a way that...
The Third Book In The Bestselling Freedom Project Series Is Available Now
I’m really excited to be able to share some wonderful news with you today: My new book, The Freedom...
Write a Book… on the beach!
Coming to you live from my patio in the Bahamas! I’m the author of the book The Freedom Project,...
My wolf encounters

My wolf encounters

Art October 1, 2016

I’ve had a few close encounters with wolves in the wild – and a lot of people have asked me about my encounters with these special creatures. Here’s the story.

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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
One of the most expensive photographs I’ve created

“Higher than Empire State” probably has been one of the more expensive photographs to make so far. Some of the key ingredients: return airfare to New York, good weather, a sense of adventure, and a helicopter.

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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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From Buenos Aires, Argentina to Halifax, Canada
Even though all trips I’ve been on have something special about them, there’s a few destinations that stand out from the many places I’ve been able to visit so far. One of them, as anyone who has ever heard me speak in public will know, is the beautiful city... Read more
Four reasons to visit a local art gallery this weekend

Looking for a way to spend a quiet afternoon doing something new this weekend? How about making a visit to a local art gallery? Even though for some the barrier to walk into a “gallery” might seem high, I think you will be glad you did for a lot of reasons.

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My travel art – almost 200 prints from over 25 destinations around the world (and counting)
“Support living artists, the dead ones don’t need it.” My inspiration comes from traveling all over the world: I fell in love with the exceptional things I saw and the remarkable people who crossed my path. My photographic art is my way of giving some of my travel memories... Read more
The art of travel versus the art of writing
When we plan for travel and anticipate the upcoming trip, we explore travel websites (like this blog), read travel books and enjoy travel photography. In our imagination we start to conjure up all sorts of exotic adventures, waiting for us at our next destination. Once really there, we photograph the Eiffel Tower... Read more
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 get to see exotic places, make new friends and meet new people from all over the world and do something that most people can only dream of. The trick is funding... Read more
Why apparent failure in business can be a good thing: turning roadblocks into stepping stones
Ever had some issues trying to accomplish something you really wanted to do? We all have. For anything new to manifest in your life the old behaviors and patterns first have to fall away, which could make for a bit of turbulence along the way. That’s a natural process,... Read more