Amazing Dreams and Perspective

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat – have you seen it?

Yes, twice now. Once in the early 90’s at the Sony Centre in Toronto with Donny Osmond as Joseph and then again this past Friday at the Dunfield Theatre in Cambridge.

Were they

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The sorrowful wale of a steam whistle

March 19th Jan and I drove to St. Jacobs. What drew us there was the sorrowful wale of a steam whistle.

It is a sound we remember from our youth. Unless you group up in the age of steam power you just couldn’t understand the calling of the chorus

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A “new” fine art print product.

I’m excited about the new fine art prints that I am now offering. This new product will be added to by art store as well as my portrait services.

In the past two weeks I have tested the process and just delivered the first finished fine art print

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Business Portrait vs. Portrait for Business

This week I completed another successful portrait for business. That’s not the same as a business portrait.

A business portrait is generally a head shot that artistically illustrates, in a flattering way, the subject who is in business, whereas, a

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Are you getting picked off the shelf?

Is your image getting you picked off the shelf or are you still sitting there with all the other books?

Recently my wife and I went to Chapter’s Bookstore just to browse around. I wasn’t looking for anything, but came home with one book.  Did I

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It’s the season of bridal shows

  Bridal Show Season – You won’t find it on most calendars.

Bridal show season; it has started. The first weekend of January has just passed and with that we are deep into the bridal or wedding show season.

I must confess that the wedding show season is in my past. Today the only weddings I do are small and

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Tom Thomson & The Colorful History of Canoe Lake

Canoe Lake – Intrigues and Mysteries

I first went to Algonquin Park at approximately 10 years of age. My aunt and uncle, who were my godparents, took me with them on their annual vacation to the Muskoka area. That year Algonquin Park was a one day side trip by car. I remember the narrow

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November 14 Super Moon

November 14, 2016 was the biggest “Super Moon” since 1948. It will be decades before it happens again.

I went out with the hopes of photographing this occasion, but unfortunately mother nature had other ideas. Although the view was clear the previous evening in our area, last night the clouds rolled in, but I was hopeful.

I chose my spot, on a hill in

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Seeing as an artist helps

Seeing as a artist helps and looking at art is a good place to begin

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Trooping the Colours – RHFC

150th Anniversary The Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada
Trooping the Colour

On Sunday, September 18, 2016 I attended an event that I had never heard of before. Its name – The Trooping of the Colour.

The Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada celebrated their 150th Anniversary this weekend.

Originally formed as the 29th

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