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Thank you to everyone who submitted their photos for TI Life’s 10th Annual Photo Contest, it is always a pleasure revisiting the River through your beautiful imagery, especially as we head into the winter months.
It is worth remembering that photography contests are entirely subjective in nature. One judge's winning image is another's honorable mention, and vice versa . . .
It’s hard to believe, but this year marks the 10th anniversary of our annual TI Life Photo Contest. Over the years, the contest has provided a wonderful opportunity for those who are passionate about photography . . .
This year 83 images were submitted, from which a Gold, Silver, and Bronze winner was selected ... and the winners are...
At the outset Lyne and I were tasked with selecting 10 images for the distinction of "Honorable Mention".
November is here, which means it is time for TI Life's 9th Annual Photo Contest.
Those who take the time to look beyond nature’s more gaudy displays will be rewarded with an even greater appreciation...
I am drawn to simplicity in a photograph, and the use of negative space is a great way to accomplish that.
I knew immediately there was a stunning photograph to be had here, but there were challenges to be overcome.
The scene was beautiful because of the wind. It then hit me: embrace the conditions you dolt, don’t fight them.
I waited for the boats to become aligned and tripped the shutter...
Ever since childhood I have been drawn to the rocks of the Thousand Islands, in particular the pink granite that comprises much of the region...
I made this photograph the afternoon of the spring equinox two years ago as I explored the Macsherry Trail.
For photographers - description for Depth of Field.
While this may appear at first glimpse to be a very simple and straightforward photo, there were three deliberate decisions that went into making the final image.
Winter has come early this year. As I write this article, the temperature outside is hovering around 0 degrees...
Editor’s Note: Those of us who are fortunate to see Chris Murray’s photographs in our email or on Facebook, will know that he often gives us