Ottawa Autumn at Patterson Creek

The leaves are turning and we have frost in the air. Thursday was a wonderful above seasonal fall day, so I took a walk over to Patterson Creek in downtown Ottawa. It will be drained starting Tuesday for the winter. O’Connor Street Bridge Ottawa, October 7th, 2016. Pentax ✩istD SMC Pentax-M✩ 300mm f:4 prime lens. […]

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Ottawa After Dark II

On Saturday November 28, 2015, I went out for a dusk/night shooting outing, here are a few of my images that I like.  Photos Pentax ✩istD SMC-FA with 50mm f:1.4 prime lens, or my 14mm f:2.8 wide-angle lens. Last rays of the setting sun on a crane. Saturday November 28, 2015, Pentax ✩istD SMC-FA 50mm f:1.4 […]

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September 1st photo walk

It was a warm humid late summer day. The mercury was sitting at 28°C the Humidex rating made it feel like 35°C (95°F). So pretty much mid-July weather. Went for a pleasant afternoon walk around my neighbourhood and on to Central Park. This is when the Sunflowers are in bloom, the Sunflower is a happy […]

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Snow * * *

The air temperature was hovering slightly below zero Celcius, a few flurries occurred throughout the day. I have seen a few snow flakes during the past week or slightly more. Today the sidewalks, laneways and parked cars were cold enough for the snow to actually stick. The ground is still not frozen, so we see snow […]

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Digging through my portfolio

I was cleaning up, and backing up various archives of mine. Here is a bit of my design work. Client: Canadian ISP They were looking for a Canada themed ISP logo, combined several of my stock images from my archives. Client: Office Furniture Liquidators (OFL). Usage: Website, POS. OFL required some point of sale and […]

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Urban nature part deux

Japanese Beetle (Popillia japonica) feeding on Thistle. Pentax * istD, SMC Pentax-M 50mm f:4 Macro lens… hand-held. The beetle species Popillia japonica is commonly known as the Japanese beetle. It is about 15 millimetres long and 10 millimetres wide, with iridescent copper-colored elytra and green thorax and head. Darrell Larose Ottawa, Canada

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