Two Tylers Talking

Hockey season is back and I am very pleased to be back shooting it. Snapped this one on October 7 just before the London Knights took on the Peterborough Petes of starting goalie Tyler Parsons, left and back-up goaling Tyler Johnson chatting during warmup. You can see more images from this shoot on our archive at Wide Open Studios Archive Game imagery is also available for license through us, or at Alamy and through Canadian Press Images next week.

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October 7, 2016. London Ontario, Canada. London Knights starting goalie Tyler Parsons, left and backup goalie Tyler Johnson chat during warmup ahead of the game against the Peterborough Petes. The Knight defeated the Petes by a score of 6-3.

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Port Stanley Basketball

asouthshore-032477Basketball courts and lifeguard chair at Port Stanley’s main beach.

Nathan Phillip Square

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August 18, 2016 – Toronto Ontario, Canada. Tourists and locals gather in Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto.

This is perhaps one of my favourite genre’s of photography to shoot. Walking the streets an finding intersting lines, shadows or light and then waiting for it to come together. I just wish I had more time to shoot this work. You can see more of my work on My Archive

The Coromorant (I think)

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A juxtaposition of old and new, as old manmade iron levers used to raise and lower ramps are pictured agains the Renaissance Centre in Detroit Michigan.

I shot this on a shooting trip this summer to Windsor Ontario. The clouds, the rust and the Cormorant worked just came together in what I thought was an interesting picture. This is right down at the river and I believe these are part of the ramp system that would allow cars and passengers to loaded and unloaded off of riverboats. At least, thats what they looked like to me. You can see more from that trip and other work on My Archive

Lake Erie Pier Support

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An old supporting arch estimated to be 60-70 years old sits along the shoreline of Lake Erie in Southwestern Ontario. According to locals, this structure was one of many that supported a pier where fishing boats would tie up and sell their catch to locals.

You can see more of my images from in and around Ontario here: My Archive

How Was Your Summer?

ms1_6626I love September. Not only is it the start of my favourite season of the year, it is also a great time to reflect on the summer past and switch the business back into high gear. Not to say this past summer was slow, in fact it was quite busy and had me travelling from Windsor through to Sudbury on assignments. This shoot however was probably one of my favourites of the year. I have been shooting dance and gymnastics events for many years and have always wanted to take these athletes and photograph them outside of the studio. This is one frame from a shoot with two dancers and one gymnast. You can see more from this shoot here: http://markspowart.photoshelter.com/gallery/Performance-Portraits/G0000Orh1EAVwDu8/C0000IlPBb_mWZWs

Summer Solstice in Port Stanley

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Port Stanley Ontario, Canada – June 20, 2016. A man calls it a day after paddleboarding and enjoying the extra daylight on the longest day of the year – the summer solstice.

You can see more images from this shoot, and of my work in general here Mark Spowart Archive

Even after the sun had disappeared beyond the horizon, the popular beach was still busy with beachgoers enjoying the warm weather.

 

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