Christmas in Quebec, originally uploaded by canadian_photography. Pics from a trip to Quebec City with Helene.
St. Denis sur Mer, originally uploaded by canadian_photography. View in front of the cottage.
Lichen details, originally uploaded by canadian_photography.
Low tide, originally uploaded by canadian_photography.
One of my photos taken in San Francisco of cable car tracks was published on the The Source.
The Fallen, originally uploaded by canadian_photography. Shot with a lensbaby composer on a Canon 5D. San Francisco National Cemetery The San Francisco national Cemetery was first established in 1885 under the war Department of America. This 9.5 acre area was actually first used as a burial ground by the U.S. Army in 1847. The original Spanish burial ground is actually still located near building 105 and there are many graves that have been established since 1854. The area has a long-established history and Army personnel began burying deceased and their family in this area as early as 1854. Since that time the San Francisco national Cemetery has expanded with plots still available for US Armed Forces members. A minimum active-duty service requirement needs to be met in order for eligibility to be established. Veterans and active service people can be eligible for burial as well as their families in this area but they need to qualify. As a result the vast majority of sites in this graveyard are active service people. There are people that …
California Street with the Bay Bridge in the background, originally uploaded by canadian_photography.
“Man in a Blizzard” is a short film shot by Jamie Stuart during the recent NYC blizzard that film critic Roger Ebert believes to be deserving of an Oscar. Shot with a Canon 7D. http://www.petapixel.com/2011/01/03/blizzard-short-shot-with-canon-7d-deserve…
The last Kodachrome processing machine is shutting down today. Brings back memories from lots of camping trips shot on my old Minolta X370.
Sunrise, originally uploaded by canadian_photography. Sunrise on the mountain while hunting. This kind of view makes battling the cold worthwhile!