Louisiana Bayou Life

Recently, I was honoured to have one of my photographs licensed by Rouses Markets (one of the largest independent grocery chains in the US) for an article in their consumer magazine, “My Rouses Everyday” (Sept/Oct 2014 edition, pg. 28) about the Bayou Dularge area of Terrebonne Parish and Chef Bill…

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Cambridge Butterfly Conservancy

Located just outside the city of Cambridge (Ontario, Canada), the Conservancy is more than just a great place to spend an afternoon taking photos. A fully functional research and education facility located on 117 acres – including the environmentally sensitive Kossuth Bog. The 25,000 square foot indoor facility includes a…

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South Louisiana Bayou

This is the beauty of Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana (US). Thanks to “extended family”, Captain Wendy Wilson-Billiot, for sharing her home and her love of the Wetlands with so many people. Follow her blog for more on life in the Louisiana Bayou – and visit for a truly educational Tour, Fishing…

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Nosfurrytooth

It’s not everyday you can photograph something this rare & unusual… Nosfur…what? Nosfurrytooth aka Sciurus Carolinensis Sanguinarius – the legendary (Albino) Vampyre Squirrel! Stories told to terrify children (and unwelcome visitors) in the Carpathian Mountain region of Romania mention the vampir veveriță (vampyre squirrel) – a mutated Gray Squirrel that…

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