For years I enjoyed the smell of fresh film and the satisfying click of the shutter with my 1978 Pentax ME-F. In 2004 I made the switch to a Nikon D70 digital SLR and then a D300 in 2008, and now shoot primarily with a D700 and a Sony a7 SII. While I can’t smell the film, I still get the click plus the freedom of digital.

I mostly do photography for my own pleasure, but I also think that photography is almost pointless if you don’t share it with others. For me, photography is usually about getting out in nature, looking for a different perspective, enjoying the beauty of God’s creation, and then sharing my discoveries with others.

I hope you enjoy viewing these photographs as much as I had in taking them. I welcome your comments, so please

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These are some of my thoughts on what real photography is and is not:

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  1. Hi Troy—loved your photography and looked for a price list but could not find one. The Bill Johnstone park has become a popular venue. It is nice to see the children playing on the playground equipment—or enjoying the “water works”…….while parents and grandparents watch closely and chat with folks—some they know and even some they have never met. Only in Sackville!!! Linda & Allan. PS–we have two granddaughters who would stay there all day.

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