Tranquility

While Zac and I sat on some rocks watching the ducks in the pond I noticed a peaceful scene. I have seen many pictures that use a rock in the foreground with a… Continue reading

Reflections

I don’t know if you have ever noticed this, but when you are near water whether it’s a pond or a puddle and the air still you can see the reflections of your surroundings in… Continue reading

Goose and the Gull

With spring comes lots of new birds and including Canadian Geese. Since I live in a newly developed area with a decent sized pond I expected to see a ton of  geese flocking… Continue reading

Birding Video

Hey! So I have taken a little break from photography to try out some video in the past week. I can shoot video but I am not very good at putting videos together.… Continue reading

Rainbow Water

Yes this exists! Magical Rainbow Water. Drink this and you will instantly have all the special powers you always wished you had! Gotcha! Wouldn’t it be wonderful if there really was such a thing? … Continue reading

Northern Flicker

Zac and I were sitting silently in hopes of spotting the Pileated Woodpecker once again when we were surprised by a Northern Flicker. It is always so exciting to see a new animal… Continue reading

Free Money and a New Lens

- This weekend there was an awesome photography expo held at McBain Camera. Zac and I woke up extra early (4:30 am) to be first in line. The first 64 people in line received a… Continue reading

New Birds!

I was on hiatus from blogging for a little bit. This was not completely by choice it was mostly because I have had to prioritize school and birding before blogging. While I was on the aperture (photography… Continue reading

The Sly Downy Woodpecker

While spending lots of time in the forest I have began to notice the different personalities of the common birds. For example the Chickadees are very curious and unafraid of anything. Nuthatches are… Continue reading

Spring is Near

Spring is so close. I can feel it! The weather reports for our city are predicting otherwise. I won’t believe them, I will not believe that we are supposed to get another 10-20 cm… Continue reading

Waiting for the Snow to go Away

Edmonton has been blessed with beautiful winter so far. That was until about a week ago. There has been a huge snow storm sweeping the city. For those of you that are sitting in… Continue reading

Horsing Around

Zac and I were driving around the Alberta countryside hopefully spot some cool wildlife. One the adventure we saw a red pole  pheasants, and a blue jay. It’s uncommon to see blue jays around at this… Continue reading

Airplane

If you are following my blog you can probably tell I spend a lot of time looking up at the sky. Since I live in the northern hemisphere, I often get to see… Continue reading

M n M’s

This is just a quick little post to say how awesome I think the Canon 50 mm 1.4 lens is. I recently invested in one and I couldn’t be happier with the lens!… Continue reading

The Eagle and the Owls

The Bald Eagle, Great Grey Owl, and Northern Hawk Owl – we saw all of them on our drive last weekend to Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park. We had a blast. I have… Continue reading