Ed Lehming Photography

This is the second shot of this little fellow. As I mentioned in an earlier post, I was walking along the York River, planning on  taking some long exposure shots of...

This plant is, from my experience, the first plant to flower in spring in southern Ontario. It’s also a signal for me that the Rainbow Trout spawn is starting. It’s an...

I have reflected on this photo many times. It was made one foggy morning in late September 2014. It was a cool morning and the air hung thick with fog and the feeling...

Yet another tree abstraction. I’ve walked past these poplars many times, and every time, the light is a bit different or the foliage in the background has changed, every so slightly....

On returning from a late day walk last summer, I looked up and saw this unique view of the sunset in Stouffville’s Memorial Park. The sun was just setting and the...

Pinecones on willows? I keep seeing these pin cone-like structures on the ends of sandbank willow branches along Duffins creek and always wondered what they were. They actually are not a natural part...

With the weather turning warmer in Ontario, I thought today would be a nice day to take a walk along Duffins Creek, near Whitevale, Ontario. It’s spring, the snow is gone, and the...

More waterfront wildlife. This photo was made last summer while at our camper. We were visiting my sister at the waterfront and this family of duck, which had been swimming back...

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Another one of my “Trees” series of photo abstractions. This photo was made four years ago, at Fraser Lake Camp, near Bancroft, Ontario when I was just starting to play with...

I made this photo a few years ago while travelling to Montreal with my wife and her cousins from California. We spent a day touring Prince Edward County and decide to...

This photo was made within a few minutes of my previous post, “Golden Hour”. The same cloud fragments remain in the sky, the remnants of an earlier storm. I had finished photographing...

I think everyone has, or knows of, one of these iconic ‘lone trees’. My friends and family will certainly be familiar with this one, which stands on the top of a hill...

Now this little fellow was one of this shots you get that you had no idea was going to happen. Last summer I went for a drive to High Falls, near Bancroft, Ontario...

Part two of my November 2014 hike. As I said in yesterday’s post, I was actually hiking to a small grove of trees that I had photographed successfully in the past....

Now that it is finally warming up, I thought I’d take one last look at how this past year’s winter came in. November was fairly mild and offered one light snowfall...

This is one of my “Trees” Series of photo abstractions taken last year at Fraser Lake Camp. I look for strong vertical elements and diffused light to create a slightly dream...

A second post today from Evergreen Brickworks, in Toronto. This smoke stack stands in the middle of this reclaimed brickworks. It was stood as a silent sentinel through the life of...

I spent a bit of time today at the Evergreen Brickworks, in the Don Valley area of Toronto. This was an operating Brickworks till 1989, when it was decommissioned. The building...

Some hanging lamps at the distillery district that caught my attention. I thought they looked very interesting in how they were hung and the light patterns they made. Since there were...

OK, a photo for my foodie friends. Who can resist a good olive? This is a photo of one of the many olive and cheese vendors at the St. Lawrence Market...

I thought I’d go for a hike today to check out the waterfall at the Whitevale dam. It’s always a nice location and the walk in along the river (Duffins Creek) is...

On a bright, sunny late December day, I ventured out to a local conservation area to get some nature photos. About half an hour into my hike a few gentle flurries...

A return to my previous location. Actually, the same day and about 100 yards away from the location where I photographed the Poplars at Secord image posted yesterday. This is a...

This is one of my all time favourite tree abstractions. It was a mid fall day and the light was soft but bright. It was a time of transition. Many of the...

I keep finding myself going back to these images from January 2015. In this photo, the ice sheets extend out into Lake Huron, near Point Clarke, to about 2 miles. The...

A far off mountain range in some distant land? No, this pile of snow and ice was photographed along the shores of Lake Huron in January. After a relatively mild December,...

On a recent visit to Ahmik Lake, near Magnetawan, Ontario, I came across this pine tree and boulder shrouded in snow. The scene is so typical of Canadian Shield scenery. The...

On a recent trip downtown I noticed these interesting stacked housing units near the St. Lawrence market. I was drawn by the repeated shapes and colour, but on further observation, there...

On a recent canoe trip up the York River near Bancroft, I notice that our cool, wet summer has made several trees begin to change there leaves to fall colours. Along...