Reclaimed Wood Wall Art Panels

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Using boards from the inside of the granary that we dismantled, I selected 4 boards and cut them to size. I didn’t want to diminish the texture of the wood as the weathering had given it a lot of depth … Read More

Ethereal, detailed, monochromatic, or realistic? Which are you?

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I went to Big Hill Springs Provincial Park near Cochrane, Alberta recently to take some forest and creek pictures. The creek, in the evening light, was interesting but not stellar. All images take some tweaking to get the digital file … Read More

One horse, two new looks

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I have rearranged our galleries a bit, creating one gallery for the Western images. Going through some of the images I realized that a few lacked that certain something that makes you want to linger on the photo. Many of … Read More

Contrasting Elements

The image of the city church with the crows, “Murder of Crows”, was selected for the “Through A Lens: Contrasting Elements” art show in California! Besides a photo I sold at the Calgary Stampede to a couple from England, this … Read More