Sleeping Pads for Camping — Not Just for Bad Backs and Gripers!

Shivering, packed in a sleeping bag with full garb, two pairs of socks and a sweater wrapped around my feet. The temperature reached -11 Celsius. I was in Algonquin park for a long weekend camping trip. Nothing I did would seem to keep me warm over the night, but I may have benefitted from a…

Smallmouth Bass Fishing from a Canoe in Cambridge, Ontario, 2020

In part two of my last video post, Pete and I make our way upstream from the Galt dam and past Riverbluffs Park. We manage to hook into some little smallmouth in the rocky, waist-deep, slightly faster waters with inline spinners and a small fantail jig. I made some incorrect comments to a woman in…

A Bit of a Review: Some Photos from the Last Few Months

Hey there! I hope you get some value from this. I’m not great at sharing often, so I’m going to engage in more experimentation from now on. This post is a collection of photographs from my last few months. Just the ones I thought worth mentioning. If you want more details about how they were…

A Course in Photography: Shutter Speed

A Course in Photography, Section 1: The Photographic Triangle, Chapter 2: Shutter Speed I know, I know, not a lot of photos for a photography blog, right? I am working on getting more visuals for these posts, but for the most part I want to get the articles fleshed out and then go searching for…