July 31, 2015:
I have been on the road a lot lately and here is the first batch. Stories to come!
Hope you enjoy these and stay tuned for more to come;
April 21, 2015:
A bunch of travelling, working and my cooking. There’s Fort McMurray, there’s Lethbridge, there’s Calgary, there’s bruschetta lol. Some Jasper, some concrete, some roofs, lots of dirt and muck lol, an elevator shaft, and some water. There’s Owls, Eagles, Geese, Swans and more. Hope you enjoyed them! 🙂
I love my camera,
September 01, 2014:
Here are the rest of the photos I promised. Stories to follow lol….. ok so I’m back now. The last nine bottom photos of me in the kid’s play area are from where I used to go after school when I was a kid in Saskatoon. I went there the first time I made my escorting trip to Saskatoon. Then my house and Grandma and Grandpa’s house. Funny story for you, I go to go visit my Grandma because as far as I’m aware she still lived in the same place across the street from where I grew up….NO!! She moved to a new fancy part of town in a gated community and no one told me a thing! Lol, bad family! The five photos to precede that are some town in Saskatchewan. Not sure the name of it, but I’ll get back to you on that and make the appropriate changes accordingly. It’s salt as far as I know though. Then just a few random ones from the side of the road with my camera. The old mine photos are from Thornhill Mine in Alberta on the way to Fort Mac from Edmonton. Finally, the top 16 photos are just my trip between Bragg Creek towards that mine in Thornhill lol.
Ah to be a kid again lol,
August 22, 2014:
Well I haven’t got too much to say about these photos, other than I took them in Alberta on my travels. Some are from Lac La Biche, Lethbridge and Fort McMurray, while others are just me pulling over because I needed to take the picture. There are photos from Saskatoon and Lloydminster too. I don’t think I took pictures in Regina though lol. The ones from Saskatoon are from the block I grew up on as a kid. Talk about one heck of a nostalgic visit. Man was that ever cool. (OK so I got too tired to finish all these photos tonight, but I’ll finish in the morning and no one ever has to know…shhh!)
Sorry it has been so long,
April 22, 2014:
The first four are the before and after shots of me getting my extensions and they are from April 07th. The middle five pictures are of me getting my extensions curled and done up, and they are from April12th. The last six are me goofing off before the first semi-pro photo shoot I’ve had in a while. Hope you enjoy the transition. Stay tuned to my Backpage.com ads, my CAF ads, and the new ERSList ads, as well as, Twitter and the upcoming May Gallery for the actual finished pictures from the photo shoot that day.
Lovin’ the new do,
March 18, 2014:
Fort McMurray on my birthday. The first three were taken at 0730 and about a km south of Athabasca camp. I have so many pictures of this little bent over tree here lol. I really like taking in the sunrise here. It’s so pretty. The next one is facing south towards Syncrude, a couple kms further south from Athabasca camp. I just love the way the smoke looks like giant fluffy clouds pouring out. So cool! The next four are of the actual Syncrude plant. I took all these from inside my van haha. I probably looked like I was totally perving out trying to sneak some sort of secret Syncrude operations photos or something hahaha! Except the last one, the rest are all from The Giants of Mining exhibit just past Syncrude on Hwy 63. What a cool exhibit! Although I have no idea what they do or are called, they sure are fascinating to look at and trying to imagine how they look running around digging things with people all over the place working and shuffling about. I bet it looks really neat to see that stuff in action! Finally, the last one was taken at my favorite spot on Gregoire Lake. Only one pic turned out really good and it’s kinda sad because my summer pics here are totally AMAZING! I definitely like taking pictures of the more inanimate side of life that’s for sure. Hope you enjoy them! Thanks for stopping by.
Missing Fort McMurray already,