Leaves Leaves Leaves

I went leaf collecting on a hike last week.

Those leaves sat in my living room this past week because I was getting home super late from work and lost the chance to take photos while it was still bright outside.

I finally got the chance to make the stop-motion today :-)



Chasing the World: Algonquin Park


I think I took the best fall road trip this weekend. Everywhere I look at fall colours now, they just don’t compare.

If you haven’t already gone (and I’m not sure why I waited so many years), but you MUST go to Algonquin Park in the fall season. Even if you just drive through and don’t take any of the hikes, it’s SO WORTH IT.

Heaven, people. Heaven.

I took over 600 photos. And I’m not ashamed. Here’s a good chunk of em so that you can enjoy this road trip as much as I did:

PS. You can also check out my iPhone shots here (psst…I got an iPhone 7+ and it’s freaking blowing my brains out). Or follow me on Instagram and Twitter :-)

Also, this was my level of happiness the entire trip:

Happy Thanksgiving! I sure am giving thanks for living in such a beautiful country :-)



Making the Perfect Cup of Tea

I’ve been working on my video making skills by taking this awesome Make Films course with Xanthe Berkeley. It’s helping me think about what I film, and more importantly, how I put it together during the editing process.

I made this slow-motion video of some Saturday musings at home.

Happy Weekend!



Chasing the World: Zoo Animals

I went to the Toronto Zoo and couldn’t stop thinking about all the animated movies in the world that featured the freaking awesome animals.

I really wanted to see monkeys.

My sister really wanted to see penguins.

I was blown away by the lions.

And the gorillas were having too much fun.

And the pandas have the greatest life. They sleep 16-18 hours a day…holy moly mackerel.

Also, also, also…the polar bear was SO cool. I want to go to the Arctic and see it for real now.

Enjoy these shots :-)



Chasing the World: Little Critters

I’ve been hovering over our backyard fence into the ravine for the past three evenings peering my camera into all the weeds. Pretty sure neighbours think I’ve lost my mind.

I also run away like a crazy lady whenever a bee or a dragonfly or another little critter tries to approach me. 

I know,


This might be my most favourite edit I’ve done. Ladies and gents… Eye of the Critters:

It’s been a while since I did my usual macro photography. This was fun.



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