What a show!
First two images from 18 July,2020 at London, Ontario. Remaining images from 24 July,2020 near Watford, Ontario. Unfortunately, the comet had faded noticeably from the 24th. Sequence is chronological, and I added a couple of artistic zoomed images of storage units on the nearby working farm (as well as a moon image). All single, images,
Next one won’t happen until 2117! The four dark smaller regions are sunspots.
Selected images from the 2016 London Airshow. Images were taken from a number of locations around the Airport with the Canon 6D and Tamron 150-600 mm lens.
Have released a Microsoft Power BI based interactive dashboard that supports interactive analyses of Historical Daily High & Low Temps for some select North American observation stations.
Updated to a Tableau based interactive dashboard that now combines both the 1950-2015 US dataset from the Storm Prediction Center, and the 1980-2009 data set from Environment Canada!
From the Wendy’s on Airport Rd., on the Friday of a Toronto Airshow weekend. Hence the non-commercial traffic. All taken with the Canon 70-200 IS F4. I included some crop examples of the Harvards and the A380 to highlight the sharpness of the 70-200.
Museum at the Well site commemorating the tornado that destroyed the town.
The coolest bike!
Whale Watching was cancelled due to high waves.
Lucky to have been there when they had a Great White!
Another test for the new Tamron 150-600 mm on the 6D.
So this is from the night before the August 2014 ‘Supermoon’, from London, Ontario, around 1:00 am EDT (click for larger image): Cropped from handheld image, F8, ISO 3200, 1/4000th using the Canon 6D with the Tamron 150-600 at 600mm. Post in Lightroom 4.3.
Had the opportunity to photograph during the pro am/practice round of the 2012 Canadian Open in Ancaster, Ontario. Lot of fun, and an interesting experience – it was my first PGA event!
Well preparations for this years chase expedition continue – the lens change-outs are almost complete (will discuss in further detail when everything is done/resolved), but here are some test shots to share…
I have edited and posted most of the wedding set on YouTube to share with all y’all! Thanks so much to the band:
After hiking to see the Largest Tree On the Planet (pics to follow) in Sequoia National Park, we waited in a line of cars for a Pilot Car (kinda like Chasing, eh!). We noticed some deer off maybe 80 feet at roughly 2 o’clock (pics to follow).
Michelle and I and our wedding party – big thanks to Kelly Temple for the great wedding photography! Us:
We are back!