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SnapKnot Camera Giveaway

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[fb_like] Tweet SnapKnot Wedding Photographer Directory is having a contest for your choice of a brand new D800 or 5D Mark III. Big thanks to the SnapKnot wedding photography directory for offering this great camera giveaway! SnapKnot Wedding Photographer Directory is the place to … Continue reading

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Central Park, Lake Cowichan

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[fb_like] Tweet This slideshow was created on an overcast, rainy day January 26, 2013 in Lake Cowichan, B.C. Central Park is a tidy little creation in the middle of the village. This kind of lighting is difficult to work with … Continue reading

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Professional Photography For You

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[fb_like] Tweet I have retired from my position as Regulations Officer for Yukon Government. That leaves me with more time to serve you as a freelance photographer. I am looking forward to working with more of you.   PHOTOGRAPHY FOR … Continue reading

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Red Crossbills

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[fb_like] Tweet I just got an old Tamron Adaptall SP 300mm f2.8 LD IF lens that I used adapters to fit on to my Sigma SD14 camera. It’s a heavy beast, weighing in at 2Kg so hand holding it for … Continue reading

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Hard Working Beavers

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[fb_like] Tweet Along the Millennium Trail between the Whitehorse Dam and the Robert Campbell Bridge is evidence of a family of beavers being hard at work. See the slideshow below. A regular walker along that path told me they had … Continue reading

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New Tree Buds

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[fb_like] Tweet While on a trip through Teslin today we stopped to watch the swans. They were so far away that photography of them was out of the question so I began looking around for the beauty I know would … Continue reading

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Spring Day in Whitehorse

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[fb_like] Tweet I went for a walk in the crisp Spring air this morning and was impressed and grateful for all the beauty that surrounded me. The sunlight striking the ice crystals was breathtaking. Here’s a little slide show to … Continue reading

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River Ice Breakup

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[fb_like] Tweet The ice on the Yukon River breaks up each Spring. This slideshow will give an idea of the depth of the ice at Whitehorse, Yukon. The colours contained within the crystals forming the ice flows are lovely and … Continue reading

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Spring Cyclist in Black and White

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[fb_like] Tweet While walking on the Millennium Trail this afternoon I photographed this cyclist as he was enjoying a ride in the warmer climate. Yes, Spring is here. Norm Norm Hamilton is a freelance writer and photographer based in Whitehorse.

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Western Skunk Cabbage

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[fb_like] Tweet While on Vancouver Island this past Easter weekend I encountered these beautiful, albeit somewhat odorous, plants. The Western Skunk Cabbage (Lysichiton americanus) is also commonly known as the Yellow Skunk Cabbage or Swamp Lantern.  This plant is found in … Continue reading

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