Category Archives: What I See

Bonnie Deekon 1941 – 2018

Bonnie Deekon 1941-2018

Cambridge has lost a great leader and advocate for animal well being.

It was with a great deal of sadness that I learned last night of the passing of Bonnie Deekon, executive director for the Cambridge and District Humane Society for the past 21 years.

I captured this candid image of Bonnie at this

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Cambridge Celebration of the Arts

Saturday June 16th I took a walk up Dickson Street in Galt Cambridge. The road was closed to traffic. Instead of cars there were vendors. It was the Cambridge Celebration of the Arts.

Dickson Street closed for the Cambridge Celebration of the Arts.

It

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Engaging Portraits – Sample Two

 In a previous blog “Engaging Portraits” I talked about unique lighting for each portrait. In the beginning, near everyone starts out with

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Forgive Me

Forgive me of using my blog for a non business, non photographic purpose. Well sort of. There will be pictures and photography is a visual art form used to tell a story, and hopefully there will be a story.

First, I should tell you why I’m doing this.

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Revitalizing and Refreshing

Producing art that inspires and makes a statement requires constantly revitalizing and refreshing your mind and your vision.

Leonardo da Vinci said “Learning never exhausts the mind.”

I am currently re-reading “Drawing on the Right Side of

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2017 Grassroots Pow Wow

I shared something with the city of Cambridge on Saturday August 19th; our first Pow Wow.  The 2017 Grassroots Pow Wow was the first pow wow in the city of Cambridge and it was the first time I ever experienced a pow wow.

Due to previous commitments

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Canada Day Weekend

Here it is July 8th 2017 and Canada is in its 151st year. Last weekend was the Canada Day weekend.  Did you celebrate?

There were a lot of activities across the country to partake in. Personally, I avoided the crowds and went to a show with my wife.

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100 Years After Tom Thomson

July 8, 2017 is the 100th anniversary of the death of Tom Thomson. To this day his death is a mystery. His burial location is a mystery. His talent is no mystery.

Fallen Timber is an example of Thomson’s early work

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16th Annual Elephant Waltz

Do the elephants really dance at the “Elephant Waltz?”

Well they do some pretty amazing things and are rewarded with a feast of healthy treats, but as far as dancing goes, I guess that would depend on your definition of dancing. If you ever saw

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Be A Donor

Today I had the opportunity to photograph the fourth annual Cambridge flag raising for “Be A Donor.”

Cambridge Ontario is in the forefront of organ donor awareness in the province of Ontario. The charge is lead by a small yet hard working band of

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