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    November 18, 2012
    The fog was very thick this morning which made for some interesting images. I did not need to travel very far either - I captured this scene on the Trans Canada Hwy just east of the Mint.
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    November 18, 2012
    It was dreamlike this morning in Winnipeg with the sun rising just above the thick fog. Hoarfrost also covered trees and shrubs although it melted within a couple of hours. I never tire of that wonderful warm/cool color contrast.
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    November 8, 2012
    Photographing in blizzard conditions can be challenging, especially with a high windchill and frigid temperatures of colder than -40 degrees Celsius, to say nothing of possible polar bears lurking about. The landscape on the Hudson Bay shoreline near Churchill resembled an etching with few tones beyond black and white. I further accentuated the dramatic look by removing all mid tones, creating a stark high contrast monochrome image.
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    November 3, 2012
    The crystal clear waters of Georgian Bay shimmer in the bright sunlight of a perfect summer day, revealing a kaleidoscope of color from the submerged rocks in Killarney Provincial Park, ON
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    November 3, 2012
    The Montreal River Hill is arguably the most challenging hill along the North Shore of Lake Superior. On my way to Sudbury last month, I noticed the autumn colors were as brilliant as I had ever seen them here. I drove down to the bottom of the hill, turned around and drove half way back up the hill to make this intimate view of a fiery tapestry of maple trees dotted with evergreens that hovered above Lake Superior, just out of the frame.
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