Monthly Archives : March 2019

Wind Storm of 2019


Most recently we had a substantial wind storm where gusts reached up to 110kmph in areas and along with this was a massive ice shove in the Niagara region. Squalls were coming in from the states and the temperatures were brutal. Here are a few shots from what we captured on Lake Erie as the storms rolled through.  

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The Spring Melt


Waves are slowly returning to the shoreline of Lake Erie, however Old Man Winter is not quite done yet. Frazil Ice was abundant and waves were hurling large chunks of ice onto the pier, yet off in the distance a weak shelf was making its way to shore bringing some torrential rain and cold enough temps to perhaps throw some…

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Panorama To Capture Everything


Sometimes wide angles and close up zoom shots won’t cut it you have to resort to a more dynamic range of photography, especially when it comes to capturing the grand scope of things. Here are a few captures from our chases that were done to show just that in Panoramic View.      

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Unusual Clouds Series 3


We see a lot of unusual clouds during our chases. Mammatus, Asperatus, Lenticular and Cumulonimbus Capillatus are just a few we captured some are more rare then others. But one thing is for sure they are all spectacular to look at.

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Chatham And Surrounding Areas


Rotating clouds, horizontal funnels, rain shafts to down drafts when we are out storm chasing we see them all. The main focus like in our mission statements is to keep people safe but we can’t do that if we do not keep ourselves safe to begin with. Most of the pictures you will see here are nothing to severe but…

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Port Bruce Series Part 3


Waves and more waves, but I think the staple of Port Bruce is the lighthouse itself an iconic symbol that has probably been photographed thousands of times in various situations. Here is my take on the that lighthouse and some of the captures over the last few years. Enjoy.      

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Port Bruce Series Part 2


Lake Erie produces some of the best storms, however unlike other lakes Erie is shallow and often then not kills storms as well. So when the opportunity arises to captures some active weather over the lake we jump at the chance. Port Bruce happens to be an excellent point of contact to capture these storms and from the pictures below…

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