You’ll be glad you did. Today seemed like a great day to see what was blooming in the garden that Melissa and I put together.
I love mornings like this one: the day after a steady stream of rain, where everything is refreshed and the colours start to really come out. Behind the lens you can often find something spectacular… if you take the time to look.
I spent some time looking today, and I’m glad I did. Continue reading “Take Some Time to Smell the Flowers”
Melissa spotted these micro-mushrooms growing in the pot of one of our money trees. If that’s not an excuse to break out the 90mm macro, I’m not sure what is.
Continue reading “Mycelial Macro”
When a close friend met the love of his life while escaping said life in New Zealand, I immediately became attracted to the small island nation.
New Zealand is, for lack of a better description, a more laid back and warmer version of Canada. The locals are friendly, there’s much natural beauty to take in, and it’s a great place to work, live, and visit.
Melissa and I visited New Zealand at the end of February, and we’ve both fallen in love. Continue reading “Photographing New Zealand”