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Thank you to everyone who attended my Basic Composition Workshops this year! Great people make the difference. It made teaching a lot of fun. To read and see some highlights from this years workshops please visit the workshop page here: http://www.outdoorphotographycanada.com/product/seeing-beyond-the-snapshot/

I will be announcing the 2016 line up of workshops and dates soon. Stay tuned!
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That's good to hear, Roy. I'm hoping to catch a workshop next year. 
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There are still spots left for my full day Basics of Composition workshop - Seeing Beyond the "Snapshot" for this Saturday September 12, 2015. To sign up fast and easy please visit this link: http://www.outdoorphotographycanada.com/product/seeing-beyond-the-snapshot/
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Meditation... by www.chrisbird.com
  #thailand   #meditation   #sunset   #photography   #chrisbird  
It was a strange night on the island of Koh Chang ,Thailand.
I hadn't been taking photos long and was really struggling to set the camera up and capture this spectacle..
I have seen hundreds over the years but this was like nothing else. 
Here I was on this small island in the middle of the Thai gulf with my tripod sinking in the sand getting camera shake and over exposing the images.
Pang had just bought me a beer but I couldn't relax as alI I wanted to do was capture this scene before the lights went out.
I took a hundred shots that night but due to setting up the camera incorrectly I had to bin 99 of them .
Luckily I shoot RAW so I kind of salvaged this as a reminder of the best sunset ever ..
Hope to see you again.
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Tree Swallows
Tree swallows are quick, high energy birds. Each time around the pond they would regroup at the same spot making it easier to compose your shot, and click the shutter at the right time.
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Winter exploration of a junk yard. A long forgotten treasure. I can't help but to think that someone loved this car at one time. Maybe someone's first car?
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Thank you Photo Mania Canada #photomaniacanada  
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This was a shot from a trip to a local junk yard.
Shapes and patterns can be found everywhere in a junk yard. I love the lines and circles in this image working together with the yellows, reds and purples.
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Priceless expression! Great shot Chad
 
I told him the was "no feeding the chipmunks" in the campground... This was his face.

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Thanks Roy! :)
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Some great photo workshops to enhance your skills
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Purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea). Photographed at the Wildflower Farm in Coldwater, ON. Canada.

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+Roy Ramsay You´re welcome! :-))
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I love blending urban decay with life. This is a different perspective on the same subject as an earlier post.
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Years Gone By
Several layers of paint over the years add to the intrigue of this image. I have been searching for a long time for a door like this, with the old style handle, unique rust patterns, cracked and peeling paint. The search is fun, but the find is emotional.
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