As a photographer, no matter where I’m at I find myself constantly composing images. There’s always a picture to be created and a story to tell. Pictures tell stories best and leave room for imagination and interpretation. Recently, I have become quite interested with fence lines and fence posts. What is it that they separate, who placed them, how long have they been there, etc. I was driving along a rural road… Read More
Living in a coastal environment, it’s natural that the majority of my images reflect waterscapes as opposed to landscapes. Water, moving or otherwise is one of my favorite subjects to photograph. I define a waterscape as having any element of water whatsoever. Concerning the contents of my portfolio, it’s been difficult to add much to the landscapes gallery mryer.com/Galleries/Landscapes/i-VKcQvWj and this is why you will find subjects such as fence lines, abandoned vehicles… Read More
A fence line in the fog – created just north of Sparwood, BC. I’m really happy with this image! I almost passed it by but something told me to go back. I knew it was going to be captivating. The true essence of photography is being able to express the ordinary as extraordinary.