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  • Posted On:
    March 11, 2017
    The League of Landscape Photographers


    ‘The League of Landscape Photographers’ is a self-identified group of artists who photograph the natural world around them in accordance with high ethical standards. Essentially, it’s a movement of artists who create with a conscience. As the assault on our environment continues with garbage dumping, desecration of the land by graffiti, over-trampling and general disregard for the environment, its time has come.


    As a naturalist, photographer and educator for more than 40 years, I strived to live life by a code of ethics that has governed my activities during my travels and at home. I respect the environment I explore by learning about it and not causing any undue stress upon either the environment or its inhabitants, the wildlife or the plants. I also respect private property.


    I encourage others, whether photographers or the general public, to live life by a Code of Ethics. Respect is due not only to the environment or its inhabitants but also to the people who visit these areas and I afford them the same respect I would like them to bestow upon me.


    I urge you to visit the ‘League of Landscape Photographers’ website at: leaguelandscape.com

  • Posted On:
    January 15, 2015
    Join me this coming Wednesday evening, January 21, 2015 in the library of Acadia Junior High School, 175 Killarney in Winnipeg, Manitoba for my second presentation of 2015. The evening starts at 7:30 PM.

    My presentation is called 'MEDITATIONS'. I originally presented MEDITATIONS in Regina, SK last November at the 2014 'Frame By Frame' Photography Seminar and I have been asked to repeat the same presentation in Winnipeg. Accompanied by recent images, I will share my thoughts and reflections on the Natural World.

    If you are not a camera club member but would like to attend, simply let me know and I will admit you as one of my SPECIAL guests! Hope to see you there!
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