Plan B

News - October 2012

I’ve hesitated writing about Plan B for a long time wanting to stay well clear of a political statement but as the heavy machinery begin to push their way through the hills and trees of Bonshaw, this very controversial project continues to be daily news since it originally surfaced almost…

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I Have Much to Learn

Published, Travel - September 2012

Iceland was the first group tour I’ve ever been on. With a fixed itinerary, pre-defined locations, and a large group with a variety of interests – to say I was highly skeptical was an understatement. Regardless of my hesitation, it was hard to turn down the invitation and I really…

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Canola at the Springbrook Lookout

Prince Edward Island - September 2012

To call the lookout over the fields in Springbrook slightly famous would be an understatement. With the great dunes of the Cavendish Sand spit in the distant horizon, this view defines Prince Edward Island in so many ways but that’s no secret. At any given time, the roadside is filled…

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Atlantic Canada Air Show 2012

Events - September 2012

A couple weeks ago, the Atlantic Canada International Air Show returned to Prince Edward Island for a two day display of ground and air performances headlined by the US Navy Blue Angels and the RCAF Snowbirds — one of only two shows to feature both in 2012. My small obsession…

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Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk

News - September 2012

On Saturday, October 13th 2012, the 5th annual worldwide photo walk will take place around the world in over 1000 locations. The concept is simple. A group of 50 people from as many cities as possible, create images during a 2 hour period. The first walk was back in 2008…

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Gold Cup and Saucer Race

Events - August 2012

The sounds of snapping whips and loud cheering crowds filled the air to a full house at the Red Shores Racetrack and Casino Saturday night to end a full week of harness racing. Crowds gather at the Charlottetown Driving Park for the 53rd edition of the Gold Cup and Saucer…

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Askja and Víti

Travel - August 2012

One of the most memorable days from our Iceland trip was a 12 hour round trip adventure to the Askja volcano, Viti crater and Öskjuvatn lake. It was the most off-road driving we had. It involved driving over sand, gravel, lava, snow, and through rivers. It’s no secret my style…

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Past and Present Book Now Available

Published - July 2012

After several months of anticipation, I’m pleased to announce that in honour of the park’s 75th anniversary, PEI National Park, Parks and People Association and The Acorn Press released a new book this past Wednesday night to a full house at Dalvay-by-the-Sea National Historic Site — a 77 page picture-heavy…

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Fun in the Sky – PEI Aerial Photography

I spend alot of time looking at maps. Either it be paper or software, I like having that overview visual of any location I’m photographing. In fact – When the software I use to keep my images organized announced all the newest and latest features – I was most excited…

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