Led by the Ansel Adams the Group f/64 was a group of photographers that shared a common photographic style, usually black and white landscapes with sharp focus. For those of you who aren’t familiar with photographic terms, f/64 refers to the small size of the aperture of a camera that allows great depth of field throughContinue reading “Group F/64”
For the last month I have been sharing my photographs as part of the Photography 101 course and their daily tasks and topics. For some of my posts I have tried to contain more detail than just photographs but as part of a recap that shares some of my favourite, and those of my readers, IContinue reading “Photography 101”
Saskatoon was one of the most boring towns I have ever been to. Everything was bad about it especially the accommodation. I kept my stay short and caught the Greyhound to Edmonton the next day. But out of that visit came an amazing photograph of a seemingly uninteresting bridge.
I can take absolutely no credit for the following poem. I once read it in the book Kiwi Tracks and it has been with me ever since. Cathy does an excellent job of summarising the best and worst parts of staying in a hostel in a humorous way. I am sure some of you travellersContinue reading “Hostel Life”