Today’s the big day for ASL (American Sign Language), LSQ (la Langue des Signes Québécois) and ISL (Indigenous Sign Language)! Wave hands for ASL, LSQ & ISL Recognition Awareness Day! Demanding our ASL, LSQ & ISL to be recognized as official languages! We all know Canadians who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, DeafBlind and deafened... Continue Reading →
The Pileated woodpeckers comes to visit us at our cottage which I haven’t seen them for long time but few days ago they flew around so I smeared the suet in several hole on the log and hang it. It was challenges to take pictures as you have to be very quiet to take pictures... Continue Reading →
“A sunflower field is like a sky with a thousand suns.” ― Corina Abdulahm-Negura The owner of the property was contacted for permission to take photographs. Please do not step into a sunflower field without obtaining permission. If you are not able to get permission, stand at the edge of the property and use telephoto... Continue Reading →
I was taking picture of my son while he was practice golf at Link of the Lake in Gimli. I always love watch my son playing golf during the tournament in the summer.
I have some exciting news to share with all of you! Myself and some other Deaf photographers have been invited to have our own photography show in January or February of 2019. Stay tuned and keep your eyes on my future announcements for details.
I can’t believe my last post was in November! Sorry! I just completed the ‘Be a More Creative Photographer’ course at the PrairieView school of Photography with other Deaf photographers. It was good to be back in class for 5 sessions where we continued to learn how to develop our creative side to create stunning images... Continue Reading →