The Canadian Loon

An Enthusiast Photographer

A Special Kinda Blue

For those who follow me, they know 2 things.   I love Bermuda and I love shooting black and white.   Every time I come to Bermuda I have the best intentions of shooting more b&w but it just never happens.   There... Continue Reading →

Bermuda – Trip 40 Something

I really need to sit down and figure out how many times I have been back to Bermuda since I left here in 1993.  But my best guess is over 40 times. Haven't taken as many pictures yet as my... Continue Reading →


I have been sooooo neglectful of my blog.    This past Feb I took a trip over to the UK.   A "few" street shots from the X100F around London.   This camera never ceases to amaze me.

Sydney Australia Part II

Ok, lets finish Sydney up 🙂 I was so tired from the day before that I slept almost a solid 12 hours. I had plans to go to Chinatown and one of the markets but one of my “faithful readers”... Continue Reading →

Sydney Australia

Ok, gotta get through this trip, I have been back almost a month now 🙂 The last morning in Alice Springs was uneventful, off to the airport for my flight to Sydney in the late morning arriving mid-afternoon. What a... Continue Reading →

Outback – Angkerle Atwatye (Standley Chasm)

Final day in the Outback before heading off to Sydney for a few final days of vacation. I had an amazing night sleeping out under the stars in my swag. Have to admit it was one of the best sleeps... Continue Reading →

Outback – Swags, Swimming Holes, Stars and Port!

By the way, in the last post I forgot to say where our final stop was that night. Well it was Ormiston Gorge. This is where the temporary tents were setup that I disliked and moved to the swag. The... Continue Reading →

Outback – Watarrka (Kings Canyon)

Another busy day on the tour. Woke to lovely sunshine and Suzie got us up and moving quickly. She was right to do so, ahead of us was a 7.5km hike around the rim and through the crevices and plateaus... Continue Reading →

Outback – Kata Tjuta to Kings Creek

The day was to start with an early rise and off to watch the sunrise at Uluru to catch the colour change of the rock. Suzie, our guide, made the executive decision to let us sleep given it was still... Continue Reading →

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