Tag Archive | Gananoque Photographer

Cassandra: a beautiful bride preparing for her wedding

Those last few hours before the wedding- everything is coming together as planned and excitement is in the air.  The bride is glowing with anticipation, and her bridal party are buzzing with all the last minute preparations.   There is always so much emotion- sometimes laughter, often tears.  I love being there to capture these […]

Gananoque “Destination Wedding”

More from the beautiful fairy tale couple at Boldt Castle… (see previous blog post) they came all the way from Europe to have their dream destination wedding in the Heart of the Thousand Islands- my own little small town of Gananoque. After the gorgeous photos at Heart Island and a very enjoyable cruise with Gananoque […]

Boldt Castle Fairy Tale Wedding

When I think “destination wedding” I usually imagine travelling to a tropical beach with umbrella drinks.  I had overlooked the beauty of Gananoque, my own little waterfront hometown. This year I was contacted by a European couple who decided that they were going to get married in the heart of the Thousand Islands, and have […]

Dez & Agye – Gananoque Ontario Wedding

My favourite thing about photography is getting to know families through all the milestones of their lives.  I have been taking photos of these two and their adorable daughter for a few years now- and they are just the loveliest family.  We always have a wonderful time together- and this was one of the MOST […]

Amber & Mike – Kingston, Ontario Wedding Photography – September 2014

It was a beautiful day for a wedding, because no matter the rain, or the cold, there was LOVE in the air. Amber and Mike met many years ago in Scouts, and together have travelled through Ontario, all the way to British Columbia (where they now live) and along the way they have ventured to […]

So much love…

Butterfly on a Thistle

Some may call me a reticent landscaper, but I prefer to believe that a little bit of wild growth at the edge of the mowedlawn is good for nature, and attracts lots of pretty visitors. After all, I live in a rural residential area, surrounded by fields and trees, with a small marsh at the side of my lot. I think sometimes letting nature just “be” is good for us all. Today I had a visit from an orange butterfly (which I have not identified, but I’m sure one of you will!). It was almost as if he was a professional model- turning around as I sat nearby with my camera, so that I could get a good view from all angles! It was also very fashionable of him to sit on a vibrant purple thistle- a nice contrast to his bright orange wings.

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