I jumped in the car hoping to catch something spectacular, but as I topped the hill near the university I saw one brief flash of sheet lighting and then the clouds parted. The sky cleared and the sun turned bright yellow and stained the sky with peaches and oranges. Read more “Non-storms and Surprise Fairs (And Call for Photographers)”
Rice Lake is frozen. Read more “Ice Cold”
No reason to have a long face this week. Read more “Why the Long Face? It’s the Muddy Hack!”
This was a very windy day. Driving out past Selwyn I spotted these two tearing around in their field. I pulled over to snap a pic. They were curious enough to come check me out, but in seconds a gust of wind sent them scattering back towards their buddies.
Back in Peterborough Read more “Horses and Clouds”
I love the Norwood Fair. Everything about it. Especially the horse pulls: the power, the strength, the big handsome horses.
This guy was pretty happy, hangin’ by his trailer with his team-mate. He was very curious about my camera. Kept looking right into the lens. Very photogenic.
And look at that sky. What a beautiful day.
This photo is from a day out shooting at Hubbert’s Alpaca farm. A crisp sunny August day. This mustang was a rescue from the annual cull in Alberta. She’s a lovely mare, but nervous. She had her herd number branded on her twice – once on her haunch and once under her mane. You can just see it in this photo.