For once I was lost, I am now found
A crazy racoon, beautiful sun rise and the land beyond the lost
Broken up clouds with a sunny disposition was the start to my long tedious drive to a place called Lost Coin Lake, where I was about to embark on a solo adventure and the start of the Algonquin Park Project; a summer long tourism project on the interior of the largest protected natural area in Ontario.
At Exposure Studio we are always trying to strive at being environmentally friendly. That not only means going paper-free in the office, but it includes using environmentally friendly inks and photo paper, reusing what materials possible, recycling the balance and avoiding the use of my vehicle for any round trips under 75 km and 75 lbs of gear/items. Thanks to my large Chrome Messenger bag, I'm able to use my bicycle for final print package deliveries, picking up supplies and going to small shoots. That alone helps to cut the use of Ansel, my Jeep TJ. He's helpful when I need to get somewhere remote while carrying a lot of gear, but definitely loves to guzzle gas; 13L/100km. I prefer my bicycle too since I get to see things you normally miss when driving a car.