Few words, lots of photos

About

 

I grew up in the small villself portraitage of Mt. Cascades in rural Quebec, surrounded by scenery  that belonged in National Geographic.  I told myself that someday I would take photos that would appear in that magazine, and while that dream never  did materialize, my appreciation for captured moments has never waivered. 

 

Now living in Ottawa, Ontario, I am surrounded by museums, festivals and parkland that offer an unending variety of subjects for my camera.  I can’t just stay at home though – I have a need to see the world, one vacation at a time.  If I capture even a fraction of the wonder I felt when I was in these different locales, and pass it on to others, my childhood dream becomes reality.

 

Thanks for your time and interest in my hobby.

 

Oh, and for those of you who want to know about the more technical stuff, I shoot with a Canon G10 and if I edit anything, I use Photoshop CS2.

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2 responses

  1. Jodi Shaw

    Good day Tricia,

    I am a member of the Canadian Armed Forces and am part of the committee that is organizing a visit for an out of country “VIP” who I am not permitted to name. The committee would really like to purchase one of your photos of the Rideau Canal in the winter to give as a gift . Can you please contact me as soon as possible to discuss. Timelines are tight, unfortunately!

    Thanks you very much!

    Jodi
    613-697-0102
    jodi.shaw@forces.gc.ca
    jodilee.shaw@alum.utoronto.ca

    January 20, 2017 at 4:11 pm

    • Hi Jodi. I would be happy to sell you a print…please just let me know which one you would like, size, deadline, etc.

      January 20, 2017 at 9:17 pm

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