Photography as art, the vision in my mind, captured by the camera.



Canada Day Classic Cruisers

Crank Handle
I’m still playing catch-up with my posts . . . having had two birthdays in the house so far this month has slowed down my posting a bit, although I have managed to get out and take some good photos.

Today I’d like to share some of the ones I took on Canada Day – every year, Fort St. John holds a Canada Day parade, and this year, as in the past several years, this has included a display of classic cars. From a lovingly restored, immaculate Model-T Ford, to a Chevy Bel-Air, a Corvette and even a Delorean, our classic car show had it all. Including gloriously hot, sunny weather to show the vehicles off in.

Ford truck



Melting Moments

Melting Moments

Sank in the snow up to my knees several times yesterday to get this shot of one of the spruce trees in our yard, but it was worth it!


Man Art

It’s been a couple of days since my last post . . . things haven’t been hugely busy around here, just enjoying the sun and listening to the snow melt, as it seems that spring may have actually arrived in the BC North Peace.

I was looking through my Lightroom catalogue, for images to upload to my new website over on Photo Shelter (, and I rediscovered some I shot last year, which I like to call “man art”. Why Man Art? Not because they’re photos of men or anything – in fact, no humans were involved at all. Other than myself. I dubbed it Man Art, because they’re shots of masculine things I found around the farm, which just might appeal to men. Something artsy, but manly, to hang in a man-cave, for example.

What could be more manly than coveralls, axes, and farm equipment? Okay, beer, sports, hunting and BBQs – but I like to think outside the box, so to speak.

The Disc

Macro farm equip – do you know what this is?


So there it is . . .  Man Art. I hope you like it! 😉