Category Archive: Photographs – Scenic

Landscapes and other scenic and nature driven photographs

Sep 11


I spotted what I’m pretty sure is a Yorkshire Pudding Mushroom today*.  I took my Nikon D610 and Tamron 15-30mm f/2.8 to take a closer look.   [foogallery id=”1718″] * – I am aware that there is most likely no such thing.

Jul 30

The Quiet Side of Signal Hill

  I went out for a quick trip with my old(er) Nikon D7100 tonight for sunset. Probably the first time I’ve ever gone out specifically at sunset with no intention of shooting a sunset! Parking was a challenge, but I found a spot, and walked away from everyone else. Tonight was about the quiet side of Signal …

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Jul 22

Another Sunrise

This will be the last until they’re at more respectable times! I went with the intention of improving Sunday’s video.  It was a bit windy for the video, and the morning wasn’t quite as well defined, but I might have some extra footage in case Sunday’s isn’t so good.  The wind is bad because the …

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Jul 17

Sunrise, sunset…

As part of my involvement with an awareness concert called Mysterious Barricades which happens in September across Canada, I agreed to video tape a sunrise from St. John’s.  After scouting various locations, I determined that the best place to do this would be Cape Spear – the most easterly point in North America.  Although I could …

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Jan 09

Six Postcards from Middle Cove

There are some larger than normal waves happening out at Middle Cove (and elsewhere on the coast) due to a particular weather system. Click the images for larger versions.

Jan 01

Six Picture Postcards from St. John’s

One of the scenes of St. John’s that people love to see is the colourful houses of the Outer Battery.  Here are some photos taken from the other side of the The Narrows at Fort Amherst, as well as one of the Fort Amherst Battery itself and one of the coastline looking the other way, …

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Jul 31

Summer Catch up

Despite the awful Newfoundland summer we’re having, I have been quite productively taking photographs. This is a long post, so go grab a drink and get comfortable (or click out). I have invested in a new full frame Nikon D610 camera which sits beside my very capable crop frame Nikon D7100. The FX sensor of …

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Nov 01

Kent’s Pond and Rennie’s River

A small plant lodged in a rock on Rennie's River

Today was supposed to be a trip with Focal Play, to Rennie’s River, but the weather forcast was pretty bad, so it was cancelled.  I was looking forward to this, because despite being pretty much on my doorstep, I haven’t taken photographs there since about 2000.  So, this morning, I went there anyway.  On my …

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Apr 26

Making the mundane, less mundane.

Some every day scenes with a slow shutter speed that changes the way you see things. Click an image to view in a slideshow.