Posts from the ‘Photography’ category

Stating the Obvious

I recently spent some time in a government office. While in the usual back and forth through the front door, to the bathroom and so forth,…

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A Few Random Photos From Kentucky

While I’m uploading some new photos to my Kentucky photo set, here are a couple of favourites: This dog was awaiting its owner outside of the…

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No 419, Spam or Porn: Internet Cafes From Farflung Corners of the Globe

While living in Morocco last year, we made a trip to the Sahara Desert. The last town before the desert was a scruffy little outpost called…

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Yogic Photoshop Disaster

I snapped this photo of a poster in downtown Victoria. Her head doesn’t look quite right, does it? Looks like a Photoshop Disaster, if you ask…

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The Wild Horses of Sable Island

I was channel surfing the other day and happened upon a documentary entitled “Chasing Wild Horses”. It’s about Roberto Dutesco, a New York fashion photographer who…

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Foggy, Foggy Vancouver

On Monday I was supposed to fly to Vancouver on a Harbour Air seaplane, but was foiled by all the fog. Even the ferry was running…

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Photos of Panama From the Pentax

We took two cameras to Panama last month–our workhorse Nikon D70 and Julie’s old-school Pentax K1000. We shot four or five rolls of film with the…

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LazyWeb Request: What’s the State of the Art for Local Film Development?

We took two cameras to Panama: our trusty Nikon D-70 and Julie’s awesome old Pentax K1000. We shot three or four rolls of film (some of…

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