What better way to stay warm and enjoy winter is there than going for an early morning snow-shoe?
A dog playing in the fresh snow at Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba. More winter photos can be found HERE.
The mighty Pisew Falls. The Second largest waterfall in Manitoba. More photos from this set can be found HERE.
Trying to get a different perspective on one of Winnipeg's most photographed landmarks.
One of the first people on the Red River Mutual Trail, Winnipeg.
CN Tower as seen from Simcoe Park.
Oldies but Goodies
A site that is often seen alongside Manitoba highways. Classic cars that just need a little TLC.
One of Winnipeg's grimiest bridges somehow looks pretty beautiful in the frost and fog.
Shots of people.
My Grandpa enjoying a puff on his pipe.
One of our bear guides while visiting Prince of Wales Fort in Churchill, Manitoba. Our guides ensured all bear encounters were from a safe distance.
Let it Snow
A Man plays "Let it Snow" on his baritone sax in Winnipeg, Manitoba. A very appropriate song for a snowy April day.
Photographer Austin MacKay is usually behind the camera, this time I caught him in front. More photos from this set can be found HERE.
President and lead instructor at The International Canadian School of Survival.
You Can Call Me Al
Street portrait of a man named Al.
Creative portrait shot for a client.
Shots from away.
Iceland's famous abandoned DC-3 fuselage. More of my images from Iceland can be found HERE.
Pups of Churchill
A Canadian Eskimo puppy. This is one of the rarest breeds of dogs in the world. They are on the verge of extinction. It's estimated that there are less than 300 purebred Canadian Eskimo pups left. More photos from this trip can be found HERE.
Manhattan Bridge framed by historic buildings in DUMBO, New York City.
One of the many black sand beaches in Iceland. This is Stokksnes.
A giant rock resembling an elephant stands above the black sands of Hvítserkur, Iceland.
Climbed 340 meters to the top of Reynisfjall in Iceland. Best place to view these volcanic pillars that are peaking out of the ocean.
Meet the Mets!
Sunset during a Mets game.
An abandoned ship on a tidal flat in Churchill, Manitoba.
Caddy Lake Fire
Forest fires raging at Caddy Lake. Water bombers were doing laps between the lake and the fire for hours.
C-130 Flight Deck
The flight deck of a C-130 Hercules plane taken during a practice flight.
The Great Ice Show
Shot for The Morning Show on Global Winnipeg.
This Assiniboine Park washroom is a finalists for "Cintas Canada’s Best Restroom" contest. Who even knew this was a thing? (shot for Global News)
Caddy Lake Fire at Night
The night sky was painted orange from the fires that raged on over night.
Taken during at media event at Gimli Motorsports Park.
The Red River Exhibition grounds in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Shots from the streets.
Just a typical sight on the streets of Winnipeg.
A favourite shot of mine. A man biking to work during Bike to Work Week in Winnipeg.
Icelandic Student Tradition
According to these folks, in a park in Reykjavik, it's tradition for University students who are graduating to go out and wander town in elaborate custom made costumes. There were probably 50 others in the park dressed in costumes equally as silly.
A man named Andy waved me over to chat. After talking I asked if he would pose for a picture. He leaned back and pulled out a cigarette. Thanks Andy.
High Park Shojo
Some girls enjoying the Cherry Blossoms in High Park, Toronto.
New York Garage
A random garage in New York City. The light was so perfect that I had to snag a quick picture as I walked by.
Another snowy day in Winnipeg.
A dog just outside of a gentlemen's club in Toronto.
Someone walking through The Exchange District in snowy Winnipeg.
Shots on film.
Featured on Mill Street's Official Instagram. Shot on Canon AE-1.