In the past people have commented that since we both photograph together most of the time that we must have a lot of the same photographs and how do we tell who’s images are who’s. Leslie’s response to that comment is that it is easy to tell hers from Mark’s, because hers are all the really great ones. However, the real answer is that we each have our own ways of seeing and photographic styles so that we usually end up with unique images of the same subject or scene. So to illustrate this we have come up with this regular feature – One Subject – Two Views. No it is not just the same subject from a low angle or perspective (Leslie who is shorter at barely 5’2”) and from a higher view (Mark who is taller at 6’).
For our first One Subject – Two Views feature we take you to Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park in Central Alberta where we spent some time photographing some hoodoos and their surroundings.