Phavorite Photos


I’m fortunate to own 2 great devices to help me in my goal to become an accomplished photographer. One is a Canon Rebel T3 that I purchased 5 years ago but only got around to reading the owner’s manual this spring, and the other is my Samsung Galaxy S5 smart phone. Both take excellent pictures.

So I know I have the right equipment, now I just need to learn how to use them to their greatest potential.

Here’s a few photos I’ve taken in the last few days that I’m pretty happy with.

[peg-image src=”” href=”″ caption=”” type=”image” alt=”2016-07-14.jpg” image_size=”5312×2988″ peg_large_limit=”w600″ peg_large_limit_activated=”” peg_caption=”1″ peg_caption_css=”Traveling the Kawarthas” peg_gal_align=”center” peg_img_align=”center” peg_featured_tag=”false” peg_additional_tags=”highway, clouds” ]





[peg-image src=”” href=”″ caption=”” type=”image” alt=”DSC_0613-01.jpeg” image_size=”1890×1890″ peg_large_limit=”w600″ peg_large_limit_activated=”” peg_caption=”1″ peg_caption_css=”Sunrise over Port Dalhousie” peg_img_align=”center” ]

[peg-image src=”” href=”″ caption=”” type=”image” alt=”2016-08-15.jpg” image_size=”1221×760″ peg_large_limit=”w600″ peg_large_limit_activated=”” peg_caption=”1″ peg_caption_css=”A classic old trawler” peg_img_align=”center” peg_additional_tags=”trawler” ]

“What makes photography a strange invention is that its primary raw materials are light and time.”
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