One of the projects I set myself during the pandemic was to build a website to show my photographs. Well, finally, here it is. It was a steep learning curve and I’m sure there is much that I can do to improve it still. However, I feel it is now at a stage where I can share it with you. I hope you that will take a little time to look around and hopefully find a shot or two that speaks to you.
The photo you see above is of the old lighthouse at Cape Spear in Newfoundland, taken at sunrise. I chose it as my introductory photo because it represents the start of the day at the most eastern point in our fair land where light first touches Canada’s piece of the planet – a fresh start by any definition.
This photo is part of a collection that I’ve called ‘sunrise, sunset’, basically photos of skies. You can link to that gallery directly from the photo above or you can go through the menu. I’ve organized the photos into five main collections (with subgallerie): Places (cityscapes); Scenics (landscapes, seascapes and sunrise, sunset); Structured (architecture, doors and stairs); Living (fauna, flora and people); and B+W/Abstracts (black and white, and abstracts). Obviously, these are arbitrary labels and some photos in one collection could just as easily belong in another…or two.
From the drop-down menu under Collections on the Home page, each of these main collections is available. The ‘+’ sign beside the collection reveals the individual galleries underneath the main collection. The individual galleries can be accessed directly from this drop-down menu or from the collection page itself. On a browser click on a thumbnail to bring up the full size image. Play the slideshow or choose full screen option or swipe right to left. On mobile devices just swipe right to left to navigate from image to image or use the arrows.
From time to time, I will be adding to these collections and perhaps may even arrange them differently as the content grows. I hope you will return often to take a look and will let me know if you like what you see. Constructive comments are always welcome.