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Sable Island Expedition 2012


Sable Island Expedition – June 18, 2012

Nature photographers often say that in order to really connect with a place you must experience and photograph it three times. As if like an…

Sable Island Expedition – June 19, 2012

Day 2: 4:30am comes much too early, but I know that I must press forward when the weather permits.  No part of a sunrise today,…

Sable Island Expedition – June 20, 2012

Day 3: First alarm = fog.  Second alarm = fog. I checked the weather radar report and it looked like an opening in the fog…

Sable Island Expedition 2010


Sable Island Expedition – April 16, 2010

It is 4:30am on the third day of this, my second expedition to Sable Island. Even though I lay in bed in the relative comfort…

Sable Island Expedition – April 17, 2010

Yesterday was spent indoors with little complaint. The 70km wind, rain and sleet continued all day and through the night. As morning arrived the winds…

Sable Island Expedition – April 18, 2010

  April, 2010 Today was another rainy day of flat light and extreme winds. Content to stay in for a while and sort out images,…

Sable Island Expedition 2009


The Wild Horses of Sable Island

I have only been home for two weeks from my camping trip in Alaska and it seems rather decadent to be embarking on my next…

Sable Island Expedition – August 3, 2009

There is an enormous fog bank sitting off the Atlantic Coast.  According to pilot from Maritime Air Charters it is larger, formed earlier and is…

Sable Island Expedition – August 4, 2009

We received bad news again today regarding the weather.  The fogbank was as thick as ever and there was no break in the forecast.  We…

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