Hanging and Caring for a Photographic Wall Art

A turtle swimming underwater

Research shows that the global art market is valued at over $65 billion. There are many persisting debates about whether photography constitutes art in the traditional sense, especially since photography is a newer, burgeoning field. Many argue that it’s not a traditional art form but happily accept it as part of the wider visual arts …

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Photography trip to Yellowknife

Beaver Pond Yellowknife

In September 2022 we took a photography trip to Yellowknife in search of the Aurora borealis. Booking flights with Air Canada we departed at 9 am in the morning and arrived some 2 hours later in Yellowknife. Hotel check-in was not until 4 pm so we did grocery shopping for the week and putted around …

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Milky-way in the Mountains

Three Sisters Milky-way

Three Sisters Milky-way Milky-way in the Mountains has been an ongoing adventure for the last two years. Last year we were on a photo workshop and managed to find a location in Canmore that had the Three Sisters and the milky way aligned perfectly at a special time during the year. A Camera malfunction stopped …

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Annual Three-Lake Tour

American Three-toed Woodpecker

For this year’s Annual Three-Lake Tour we decided to head over to Moraine Lake for Canada Day weekend. We arrived late at Moraine Lake Road due to circumstances beyond our control. When the lake road is closed, you can go to the overflow parking and hop on the park and ride. Despite that, we didn’t …

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