Birds of Prey Centre

September 5th, 2008

Last year we were asked in Photo Club to donate any photos of “Albertan animals” to the Birds of Prey Centre in Coaldale for a photo exhibit they were putting on. My gopher photo was one of the images chosen, so I was given a free guest pass for this year, which I finally used recently.

I wasn’t as intrigued as last year, as I exhausted the photos I could take that time around (opting to take more “noble” looking photos of the birds), so I spent much less time there on this visit. It didn’t help that I felt too impatient to wait for the flight demonstration, after which I could hold an owl again! However, I was pleasantly surprised with some of the photos I captured… all animals can be quite amusing if you watch them long enough!

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Zombie Walk: Teaser

September 5th, 2008

More to come soon!

Sarah & Theo

September 2nd, 2008

Because last year was so awesome, Sarah and I wanted to do it again with her other horse, Theo (the one in my award winning photo!). Theo is a lot harder to work with because all he wants to do is eat, and it’s hard to push that Crusher around to get him to do what you want, but when we distracted him from grass/reins/dresses/other chewable things long enough, it totally paid off.

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September 1st, 2008

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August 30th, 2008

I have a ton of photos to catch up on, but I had to get these edited so figured I should post a few! This last week I did some photos for Treeline (Taylor, Ryan, and Kyle). They had a concept thought up beforehand that we shot for, but when I saw three bikes lined up outside I knew magic could happen…

Kyle’s bike didn’t have a chain, but he rode it downhill anyhow. Nothing wrong with feet-brakes!

A weekend in the Crowsnest Pass

August 11th, 2008

Last weekend I managed to go back home for a few days, and take some photos I’ve been itching to do for some time! There really aren’t enough free weekends during wedding season to go to the CNP, and then it’s just too cold.

First I started with some light painting, and my mom helped as my assistant :)

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