Hiking in Search of Lava on the Big Island of Hawai’i :: Part 2

Travel - December 2012

After discovering that finding flowing lava in Volcano National Park was not going to happen, it was time to go on a search with fingers crossed. At this point, all I knew was that the Puʻu ʻŌʻō vent was active, it was on private land, and the nice lady at…

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Hiking in Search of Lava on the Big Island of Hawai’i :: Part 1

Travel - December 2012

After almost 2 weeks exploring the Hawai’i islands, it was time to finish the adventure on the Big Island with only one goal in mind – the active volcano. Created when 5 volcanoes erupted and overlapped each other, several lava trails are visible when looking at the Big Island on…

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Our World is Shaped by the Laws of Nature

General, News - December 2012

For a long time, I’ve struggled with the idea of how humans attempt to control the world around them. With a rapidly increasing population, I could never articulate in words how I truly felt about an over populated world consuming so many resources with an increasingly growing foot print around…

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The Impact of Light & Changing Weather

Travel - November 2012

After spending a week in Las Vegas as part of the website support team for Essentials of Emergency Medicine, we (silverorange) went to Zion National Park for the weekend before flying back home. Several hours after hiking out to Canyon Overlook this afternoon, it still amazes me how quickly it…

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The Many Options of Digital Publishing

General, Reviews - October 2012

Publishing can be easy. With nothing more than a copy of InDesign, independent authors can skip the entire print process saving time and money by exporting a digital file for instant download sales. In the self-published photography world, it feels like the PDF remains the popular choice for those not…

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Abstract Nature Photography

General - October 2012

Uninspired by the location and time of day, I only carried a macro lens to this years Worldwide Photo Walk and spent the entire time looking for shapes in the fall colours. This image is something completely different compared to the rest of my portfolio but potentially the start of…

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Zombie Walk in Charlottetown, PEI

Events - October 2012

I label myself as a nature photographer. It’s what I love and where I focus my efforts but at the same time, I’m also first in line and eager to try something different. Covering a quickly progressing live event can be much more challenging when accustomed to carefully setting up…

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Postcard from Kaua’i

Travel - October 2012

For the past three weeks, I have been living seven timezones away exploring the state of Hawaii. Ignoring the recommendation to slow down, the decision was made to experience the four major islands in five days or less for each. While I have no regrets earning this high level of…

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CBC Compass Story on the L.M. Montgomery Seashore

News - October 2012

A few prints of some aerial work I did earlier this summer appeared in a CBC story about the L.M. Montgomery Seashore on September 14th. The media clip can be found here. The coastal land known as the L.M. Montgomery Seashore from Cape Tryon to the New London Bay.

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