At the end of a long tiring day kayaking along Philip Edward Island, the moon beckoned to me as it emerged in a purple tinged sky, peering down into its own reflection. What a magnificent sight it was – especially set amidst such dramatic scenery!
One of my favourites, this shot was taken in Algonquin Park, where while hiking I happened to notice a particular cluster of copper birch limbs winding around each other in an unusual pattern. The soft morning light enhanced their natural beauty, and helped to create the ethereal atmosphere for this photo.
This intriguing copper birch tree was like no other I have ever encountered anywhere. Photographing it from many different angles and at varying times of day and year, has generated a number of the photographs seen in this show. I'm particularly fond of this shot, because it contextualizes all of the others.