16May/20

Outdoor adventures with Caesar the Linnie (Barred Parakeet)

Caesar came into my life at just 10 weeks old. One project I had in mind was introducing Caesar to a bird harness so that we could enjoy a whole new world of outings without having to lug around a bird carrier or a Pak-O-Bird. Pesto was already four years old when I first met him and the introduction to a harness was just not what a mature bird wanted to try and I had to respect that.

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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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08Aug/16
Lexus Driven to discover – Getting Closer to Nature With Patrick Langlois Thanks to Lexus Canada

Lexus Driven to discover – Getting Closer to Nature With Patrick Langlois Thanks to Lexus Canada

Every morning I wake up to an inbox full of offers. Parsing through them becomes an habitual daily task. They’re usually is a contrasting distinction between serious offers and junk emails. An

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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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05Dec/14

Downtown Montreal at Twilight for the 2014 Photochallenge.tempusaura.com

As many of you know I’m a contributor at the PhotoChallenge.org along with Gary, Jeremy and our founding father, Trevor. This week’s challenge by Trevor; “2014 Challenge, Week 48 Landscape – Cityscapes/Townscapes”

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12Jun/14
Feeding White Bread to Wild Ducks and Geese is Killing Them

Feeding White Bread to Wild Ducks and Geese is Killing Them

Lately the local Canada Geese and ducks have been parading with their newly hatched offspring. In local nature parks, you can’t keep but notice people feeding them white bread. Bread they shouldn’t

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14Oct/13
Snow Geese in Fall Migration – Réservoir Beaudet, Victoriaville

Snow Geese in Fall Migration – Réservoir Beaudet, Victoriaville

  Snow Geese Symposium October 25 and 26 – Reservoir Beudet, Victiriaville   A little something new this year. The City of Victoriaville and the Arthabaska MRC have rented Billboard Space on

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06Oct/13
Double-crested Cormorants in Montreal’s Nature Parks

Double-crested Cormorants in Montreal’s Nature Parks

Double-crested Cormorant The Double-crested Cormorants is not a rare sight in and around the island of Montreal. There’s plenty of shoreline and habitat for these birds to strive as they migrate through the area or stay for

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12Aug/12
Killdeer Photos added to the Gallery

Killdeer Photos added to the Gallery

This week I had the pleasure to come across a whole bevy of Killdeer and a few different Sanderling on the outskirts of Bolsa Chica Nature Preserve right here in Socal! Although the mid-day light was harsh

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