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With a Passion for the Rails… on a smaller scale!

Each year, a wide variety of venues open their doors during the Doors Open / Culture Days weekend event here in London.  There’s really something for everyone from historical sites offering tours and ‘Living History’ presentations, aviation displays, art, theatre, music and so much more.  It’s certainly worthwhile to explore […]

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Phantoms, light trails, spinning lights and turning night into day!

Continuing on the theme from my last post, the exploration of interesting and fun ways to capture light at night using long exposures and a wide angle lens, I stopped into Forest City Surplus this evening and picked up a couple variations of LED lights, some rope, appropriate hardware to […]


Capturing Moving Subjects in the Dark without Flash?…

OK, I’ll admit that the title is a little deceptive here.  But still true!  We all know that you need light to capture a moving subject in the dark with a still camera (and really with video it helps a lot too), unless that subject happens to BE a light. […]

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There’s nothing like classic power and form…

I love classics…  and Tillsonburg offered up a field full of them this past weekend.  “Wings and Wheels” is a regular event hosted by the Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association to raise awareness and funding for the continued ability to acquire, restore and fly these beautiful classic warbirds.  When you hear a […]


Nature: from large to small. 1

All around us…  above us in the sky… below us on the ground… around us in the trees and plants… there is a living world that we just don’t see.  We’re rushing from one activity to the next, or closing ourselves into our offices and homes and while we’re living […]

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