Jack The Rabbit

Jack The Rabbit

Watching You Watching Me Watching You

I see you watching me watching you watching me. I watch you walk around the yard here where I live. When you spot me you call me Jack or Bunny or Funny Bunny. You’re not sure if I’m a male or a female but you still call me Jack. You also call all my siblings Jack. You are so silly, you silly human.

Winter has arrived

Did you see the coyote tracks in the snow behind you? He’s been sniffing around looking for an easy meal. I’m not such an easy meal for him. Soon I’ll be all white and you won’t even see me sitting here. Neither will that coyote.

I sit here watching you work all day you seem so busy all the time. Every once in a while you see me and you stop. You have that big goofy smile on your face and you call me Jack. You say “Hi Jack, how are you today?” and then you carry on with your busy day.

Silly Human.

Snow Portraits

I’ve been giving some thought to doing portraits this winter. Plenty of people love winter and all the snow filled fun that comes with it. The more I think of it, the better it sounds. Why not take photos of people in the winter environment they love so much?

I had the chance this past weekend when we went out to the lake for the Thanksgiving long weekend. It snowed. It snowed a boatload! So, other than building a snow family, I took photos.

Dreaming of warmer days.

Dreaming of Warmer Days.

Tamarack Portrait

Tamarack Portrait.

I think, given the results I got this past weekend in the snow, I’m going to make a push for some paid gigs this winter and hopefully people will respond well.

Canadian Olympic Couchsledding Team 2009.

What? Olympic what? Haha. I have a group of friends who are a little on the insane side I believe. They have decided that this is the only way to go down a snow covered hill.

Ok, here is the hill.
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17mm, ISO 100, f/4 for 1/2500 sec.

Here are the crazies.
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85mm, ISO 100, f/8 for 1/640 sec.

Here they come.
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17mm, ISO 100, f/8 for 1/500 sec.

And there they go.
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64mm, ISO 100 f/8 for 1/320 sec.

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35mm, ISO 100, f/8 for 1/200 sec.

Does it get any crazier than that?