This book encompasses a single day in November; an exploration that presents a creative vision through the process of a hike and a drive as seen through both abstract and representational photographs of a little bit of Southern Ontario, from the Kawarthas to the Greater Toronto Area.
Brian D. Tucker has spent thirty years working for a law enforcement agency in Toronto, Canada. Since 1996, when he and his wife Heather purchased a 120 acre fallow farm in the Kawarthas he has spent almost every available moment wandering in the woods with his dogs and cameras. Brian's photographic passion has largely been focused on capturing the moods of the forests and fields of Riverwood and the banks and waters of the Crowe River which forms the eastern border of the property. Brian has also had the privilege of photographing parts of Nigeria, South Korea, China and India since 2008, and has recently spent time exploring the beauty of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. A recent workshop with Canadian photographic legends Freeman Patterson and Andre Gallant has broadened Brian's creative horizons.