Up & Running

First off, my sincere thanks to Jason Rosewell and his web design company, Linkhouse Media  for  the outstanding job on our new photography web site.

I was very fortunate that Jason accepted my request to design and implement a photography web site that I had been tinkering with for the last few years.  Jason has a very successful business designing web sites for government and large corporations and I am sure that I tested his patience on more than one occasion.  Please check out his web site; I know you will be impressed.

The photography gallery, hosted by owner Chis Shaw at the Country Gourmet café and gallery in Parry Sound, continues to be a real joy.  We have a wide assortment of framed pictures, prints and greeting cards on display, featuring Georgian Bay and the surrounding area.

We have just introduced a new format for the cards and prints that is  proving to be very popular even before the tourist season!  If you are in the neighbourhood drop by and sample some of the delicious fresh baking, quiches and fresh ground coffee that Chris and her staff serve up.

As well as our Photography Gallery, Chris also hosts displays by several different local artists. On a regular basis she will have a feature artist display in the conference area of the cafe.


I am looking forward to the web feedback as we begin to roll out the site; I hope viewers will respond with their impressions of the images.

Over the next several weeks I plan to do a winter Georgian Bay shoot in the Killbear Park area.


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3 Responses to Up & Running

  1. Jason Rosewell January 16, 2012 at 9:03 pm #

    Thanks Richard! It has been a pleasure working on this site with you. You are an amazing photographer and have been a great client to work with. Cheers!

  2. Frank Reeves March 3, 2012 at 12:22 pm #

    Congratulations on your new website. your photos are fabulous, I had no idea you were such a talented photographer



  3. DiAnne Ditchburn-Hosford March 7, 2013 at 6:07 pm #

    Richard, you have offered up a very nice mixture of your photographs here on your site. I am now living away on the east coast in New Brunswick and so when I get a chance I love browsing through photos of my hometown and area. I am glad to see you have pursued a long-time passion now that you are retired. Thanks for sharing and all the best to you throughout your exhibit at the Museum.

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