|Ian Johnson's van. He was taking a picture of us on his big Mamiya rig through the driver's window. Meta!|
|Two cool cats. We cycled two blocks before stopping at this place to shoot a portrait. Why I placed Mangie & Luke in direct sunlight I will never know.|
|Mangie Chan & Luke Bergen.|
|Respect the Sacred. Under the Osborne bridge.|
|Bernie works the water wheel chez moi. Bern Dog, you funny duck you.|
|Carys sitting at my little table having crackers with two kit-tees. This child is so calm and easy it is almost frightening.|
First photo of the two of us. Bernie and Miss Meg. Winnipeg, MB; July 2017.
|Iain heaps and hoes the family garden four miles north of Morden, MB.|
|Portrait of a man and his tractor.|
|Iain's dad Ed found this skull in one of his fields. If you put it up high the flies will pick it clean for you.|
|Portrait of my sweetheart working the potato patch. I love his expression as well as that red / mint green garage behind him.|
|Sleeping, not sleeping. I can imagine a very, very good studio inside that silver shack. Summer Kiechje?|
|Summer silhouette. This was the state of the sky from my vantage point on June 30th.|
|10pm light on June 30th, 2017.|
I picked up this roll from the lab yesterday. 120 Portra 400. A recent roll of summer colour I felt compelled to share. I shot an incredible wedding in East St. Paul yesterday. Kirstin & Andrew. I always learn lessons at these type of high pressure, sharp timeline events. Slow Down, mainly. Time to go for a hot wind bike ride with my lover.