Tag Archives: Visual Storyteller

Mountain moments.

It is tempting in life to want to see it all; to cover as much ground as possible and leave footprints in a long list of places.  This breadth of experience does have its merits, but it also has its sacrifices: namely, depth within each experience.  Personally, I increasingly value the depth side of experience and choose adventures that are more in the slow travel category these days rather than trying to see the entire map.  There really is a big difference between…

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  • Allison StorsethFebruary 13, 2017 - 7:39 pm

    Thank you for sharing! I really enjoyed reading (and viewing)ReplyCancel

  • RobynFebruary 14, 2017 - 1:39 pm

    Wow David! You really capture the feeling of the mountains well – like, the best! Really, it’s hard (I’ve tried). Keep it up and I look forward to when you return. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • KareniaFebruary 14, 2017 - 3:32 pm

    This may be my favourite photo essay of yours yet.ReplyCancel

Happy Mother’s Day! (slash: soft Etsy store opening)

Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day to all the mom’s out there!  You ladies are superheroes without the capes.

This is a card I made for my Mama Bear – and when I say made, I mean photographed, cut, printed, and even cut/hand-folded the envelope.  As some of you may know, six months ago I bought a photo printer and since have been quietly working to understand the art of print making – in doing so being able to control every fine detail from the moment my camera…

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  • LeaneMay 11, 2015 - 4:49 pm

    Congrats on this new venture David!ReplyCancel

  • KyleMay 13, 2015 - 11:53 am

    Ummm, yeah! Sign me up – this looks awesome!!ReplyCancel

Spirits in the sky.

The aurora borealis are a beautiful wonder of nature.  Over my entire life, I have seen the night sky erupt in dancing northern lights a few times – usually unexpectedly when I am camped in the woods and I happen to poke my head out from the tent in the middle of the night.  Watching them silently move across the sky, it is easy to understand how people have believed them to be spirits of animals and ancestors.  In all honesty, in the awe of the moment it is …

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  • Britney QuiringApril 1, 2015 - 9:48 am

    So beautiful!!! You did an AMAZING job of capturing their beautyReplyCancel

  • Chuck LeibertApril 1, 2015 - 12:01 pm

    They were beautiful. Thank you for thinking of the bourbon that made them look even better.ReplyCancel

  • Miguel YetmanApril 1, 2015 - 5:43 pm

    stunning david just stunningReplyCancel

  • Heather Kingdon SirkovskyApril 1, 2015 - 9:10 pm

    absolutely gorgeous photos, David!ReplyCancel

The Crooked Brothers

After months on the road, The Crooked Brothers threw a homecoming party at the West End Cultural Centre a couple Fridays ago.  Oh, and they also were celebrating the release of their new album: “Thank You I’m Sorry.”  Take it from me, you should check it out: it’s streaming here.

The place was packed.  Seats were claimed quickly, so the latecomers made themselves comfortable lounging on the floor; until it quickly turned into a dance floor that

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  • Henk von PickartzDecember 24, 2014 - 2:09 pm

    Merry Christmas, David!ReplyCancel

  • Sheldon EmberlyDecember 24, 2014 - 9:20 pm

    Have a great Christmas David!ReplyCancel

#ExploreMB Book – now available.

Flipping through a fresh-off-the-presses copy of the #ExploreMB book.

About a month ago, I was contacted by Travel Manitoba to be part of a book they were putting together to highlight truly Manitoba moments.  My contribution: Folk Fest memories!

Last week, I was pleasantly surprised to find a copy in my mailbox – the final product looks great and I’m happy to see so many friends’ work featured as well!  Flipping through it on this dreary December day, I …

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The road to California – Part 6: Familiar territory.

(continued from Part 5: Coast)

Covering so many miles, seeing so many new things, constantly exploring places you didn’t know existed…a road trip is certainly an adventure.  Like all good adventures though, the rewards come with an exhaustion that slowly builds up.  There is a sort of comfort in the familiar; a quiet sense of permission that it’s ok to relax – that you don’t need to constantly be active.  Coming full circle and now retracing our…

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