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.
A close up of one section of the same tree seen in various photographs throughout my work, I find this image appealingly whimsical.
A familiar sight along Highway 60, winding through Algonquin Park, Lake of Two Rivers always offers an impressive vista. Shot in the early morning after waiting nearly two hours for the fog to lift, the island and adjacent rocks suddenly appeared. I had to be quick, as the heat from the rising sun burned off the mist within a few minutes, leaving behind a beautiful (but slightly less dramatic) bright blue sky.