At most sphere

A friend of mine has renovated his living room and has kindly asked to feature one of my photos above his new sofa. He went on my Flickr stream and picked an older shot taken back in 2011.

It's interesting how things have changed since then. Not only the tools I have at my disposal evolved for the better, but I have a more mature, refined eye on my work.

So I found the photos I took that day, including his selection, and re-developed them. The sky was putting up a great show of different clouds layers and light. I enjoyed going back to that day, rediscovering the "old" shots... and myself :-)

Not new, but still blue

July was quite a rainy month for Alberta. While in Lake Louise visiting with family, we got a bit of blue sky, and these shots are the opportunistic result from it.

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On The Fly

For most people, a flight to their destination is a banal action that just requires them to sit still for few hours.

For me, it's an opportunity to look at the world from an other angle and observe nature's work from a distance. This unique view is of course only possible pending good weather and daylight. On my last flight, winter was still present over the states of Montana, Wyoming and Utah, which emphasized the marks left through time in canyons, roads or rivers. I was mesmerized as I snapped away.