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Snow geese migration - Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly, Quebec

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It's my father's birthday - April 25th. My father passed away almost 3 years ago and I was inspired to mention all this on account of running into a few geese today. I've been touring Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Quebec and I have many images to sift through; most are kite aerial photographs. But I'm jumping ahead to these shots that I took today because of the link between geese and my father. Dad was repeatedly amazed by the semiannual migration of Canada geese, thousands of which flew over Ottawa each fall and spring. We were frequently the beneficiaries...

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Winter Fine Art Show - by artists of the West End Studio Tour

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A WEST END STUDIO TOUR bonus. In addition to our annual open house galleries in September, myself and six other W.E.S.T. artists are joining together in a 3 day exhibition at the Spiral Gallery. You can help us spread the word if you add yourself to our Facebook Event Page and use the 'invite friends' feature to make your contacts aware. WINTER FINE ART SHOW By artists of the West End Studio Tour December 14, 15, & 16, 2012 Noon to 7 pm daily. Spiral Gallery 73 Aberdeen Street, Ottawa (just off Preston Street in the heart of Little Italy)...

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Aerial photos of the Ottawa River on display at the offices of Ottawa Riverkeeper

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I have recently been invited to display 5 photographs in the entranceway to the offices of the Ottawa Riverkeeper - These are kite aerial phographs of the Ottawa River. This exhibit will be on display for a six month period, to the end of May. The offices are above Trailhead on the third floor. So the next time you drop by the Trailhead store, go through the office entrance at the left and up to the third floor to room 301. Nov 20, 2012 to approx. May 31, 2013 Ottawa Riverkeeper 301-1960 Scott Street Ottawa, ON K1Z 8L8 Here...

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Windscape Kite Festival - 2011

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Earlier I reported on the "aerial" part of my involvement at the 2011 Windscape Kite Festival. See KAP 2011-7 – Windscape Kite Festival – Swift Current, Saskatchewan – June 25 & 26, 2011. I mentioned that after the first morning I had to abandon my own kiting efforts (doing Kite Aerial Photography) but I substituted some ground-based photography of the people and the kites. Finally I have processed these images and I have placed almost 200 of them in a Windscape Kite Festival 2011 gallery on my website as well as in a Facebook album. Here are a couple of...

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A Winter Walk by the Ottawa River

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I'm fortunate to live a few minutes walk from the Ottawa River just west of Westboro Beach. I often head there with my camera when light or weather conditions present an interesting opportunity. I went to the river on New Year's Eve, prompted by huge globs of snowflakes falling from the sky in the hope of capturing some action blurring of falling snow. By the time I got out there the conditions had changed so that plan was off, but I was thankful to have been prompted to get outside because the conditions were still quite nice in other ways....

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