Hey everyone, wanted to show some new work from Jasper National park in September! I had an amazing trip with photographer friends Gabi Lach Jason Edlund and Kevin Mcneal. Each shot is titled. Leave any comments at the bottom of the post, and thanks for your feedback!
Travel deep into the amazon rainforest with me, these shots are from the most biodiverse place on the planet! When I look back on these shots I feel so privileged to have been there! Truly a stunning place the jungle is, can’t wait to return.. The last shot is me holding an impressively large anaconda, Enjoy :) And leave a comment at the bottom of the post!
Having lived in Northwestern Ontario for 10 months now, I think it’s time I showed some pictures from this amazing region of Canada! These are all taken on Wabigoon lake in winter and summer months, expect the waterfalls that’s Kakabeka falls in spring just outside of Thunder Bay. I want to hear from you, Leave a comment at the bottom of the page!
Hey everyone, I haven’t posted anything in ages and wanted to share a backpacking trip that I did last July with two photographer friends. We had a stellar trip and you can see all of the shots from our hike on a beautiful website that my good friend Gabi made! Check it out @ http://www.xmission.com/~gabi/Assiniboine/index.html
Would love to hear from anyone, so leave a comment! Cheers
Hey everyone! Sorry it’s been so long since Ive posted anything I had lost all my shots from Peru when an external hard drive crashed on me. Anyways I recovered my shots and got that all figured out. So I’ve been working through all my work again and I hope to post a bunch more soon. Here are some to get things started. These are all from the Jungle. Would love to hear from anyone! Thanks.
Been working through lots of pictures from my month long trip in Peru. Gonna share lots of people shots from all over the country today. A month can build a lot of memories when you take thousands of photos. Hopefully this will give you an insight as to how I saw this country and it’s People. Any question or comments? .. I’d love to hear from you.
Here are some shots from throughout Peru, lots of awesome stories to tell from traveling this incredibly diverse country. We are currently in the Jungle in Pucallpa on our way to Iquitos tomorrow. We will be hanging out and exploring that area for the next 2 weeks. More shots soon.
Shoreline of the Ucayali river.
Boat repair shop, In Pucallpa.
Jungle kid of the Shipibo Tribe, Puerto Callao Lake Yarinacocha.
For good shots that is. Today me and Rob went on quite the little excursion, which included 3 cab rides and 2 mini bus rides. We went to an amazing place called Moray. If you google Moray you will find many images of this tourist attraction. What you wont find is this less visited amphitheater-like terrace. The ancient Incas built these structures to study how agriculture grows at different levels. Each level having it’s own microclimate. (1st shot). The house you see in the distance in the first shot helps explain the second shot, we visited this home greeted by some beautiful and kind locals. The lady that greeted us was even kind enough to bring out her donkeys for some photographs. This was a very overwhelming experience, and I hope the shots here do it justice. The third shot is a quick shot I snapped in the streets of Cusco after visiting a local market. I must say so far I absolutely love Peru!
Hi everyone, I am currently in Cusco Peru! We got here yesterday, and are travelling around this beautiful country for a month! I will be uploading shots on here as we go. By we I mean myself, and Rob and Lauren photographers. I am so exicted to be able to share this country and it’s people with you. So stay tuned.. These shots are all from yesterday afternoon in the streets of Cusco. Would love to hear your thoughts. On a quick note I am editing these on a MacBook Pro, so there is a likely chance that there will be some color inconsistencies.
Not a subject I shoot often, but when the right opportunity presents itself I find myself pulling out the camera. On a quick note, none of these images are posed. I did not tell my subjects what to do for any of them. They are just moments in my everyday life that I was lucky enough to capture. As always, would love to hear what you think. Even if you are not a photographer :)
Drew Sinclair's Photographic Work And Discussion. Here you will find just about everything I photograph, from far off Mountains miles into the wilderness, to something I see everyday and just want to share :) I hope you get to know me a little better through my blog. So please take your time, and have a look around!