16Oct/17

Celebrating Nikon’s 100th Anniversary with Digital Photo Magazine

For Nikon’s 100th Anniversary, Flavia Dalmasso from Oracom in Paris approached me with an interesting offer. An 8-page interview in the French Magazine “Photographie Facile les Essentiels”, an off series release of

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03May/17

Shooting Infrared with the Opteka 6.5mm f/3.5 Fisheye Lens

For the last year I’ve been playing with the 2016 update of the Opteka 6.5mm f/3.5 Manual Focus Aspherical Circular Fisheye Lens. Once manufactured side by side with the Samyang and Rockinon fisheye lenses

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08Apr/15

A bevy of Herons – A Great start to Spring

This weekend we got to witness some Great Blue Herons that had just arrived around the Greater Montreal area. The usual spots along the St Lawrence. Overly crowded with weekend park-goers and photographers,

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10Mar/15

Baited Barred Owl – Îles-de-Boucherville National Park

 <<Little update for Monday March 9th I may have underestimated the amount of energy SEPAQ is investing in this problem. Today I met with the SEPAQ Director in addition to the local

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01Feb/15

The American tree sparrow

Already the end of January and I ‘m only at my first blog of the year. 2015 started off with a huge workload. In addition I’m preparing a new conference for the end of February. Tree Sparrow For my first blog, I chose the small American Tree Sparrow. A

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18Dec/14

The Barred Owl in the Snowy Forest

I like to explore remote areas in search of wildlife and a variety of Nature subjects. Finding a beautiful Owl can be very rewarding, especially when you get to spend some one

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17Dec/14

The Scary Northern saw-whet owl

There we were in a little urban wooded area. The American Robins were acting in a bizarre way, sort of softly yodeling. All of a sudden they all took off. In the

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21Oct/14
Snow Geese in Fall Migration – Réservoir Beaudet, Victoriaville

My Snow Geese image on a Billboard on Highway 20 in Quebec

You may have noticed the billboard on Highway 20. It features the fall Snow Geese Symposium in Victoriaville on October 25 and 26 at Reservoir Beaudet. Some of you have even recognized

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16Oct/14

White-breasted Nuthatch – returning for Fall

The leaves are taking on their fall colors and many have already fallen to the ground. There are still plenty left in the trees to keep our forests less illuminated on these gloomy fall days. Warblers have already come and are almost all gone. They are slowly replaced by Kinglets, Junco and White-throated Sparrows. Our forest birds

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10Oct/14

Double-crested Cormorants and other birds suffer because of our Trash

Portrait – Double-crested Cormorant We’ve all heard of these poor albatross chicks who perish on Midway Island with stomachs full of plastic waste. Clouds of micro-plastics in the center of the Pacific Ocean. One thing is certain, the plastic waste that pollutes the waters of the Pacific Ocean around Midway Island is not created by

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