Welcome! We are very excited to share our work and passion for photography with you.
As Google Trusted Photographers, our team will be creating ‘street-view’ style virtual tours for businesses in and around London, Ontario. Google Business View Specialists,
Google Business View Specialists,
Google Business View Specialists
Newly photographed Chiropractic Studio in London, Ontario. Have a look at the Virtual Tour of The Cafe of Life Chiropractic Studio located on 394 Oxford Street East, www.cafeoflifelondon.com
Lovely Beauty Boutique located 92 Holland Street West Bradford, Ontario. Recently photographed them, have a look at their Virtual Tour!
Recently the Arva Flour Mill & Store! Check out their Virtual Tour! Arva Flour Mills, in Arva, Ontario, on the banks of the Medway Creek, is Canada’s oldest continuously operating water powered flour mill and perhaps the oldest in North America.
Variety Village is 168,000 sq. foot health & fitness centre facility with over 100 programs for all ages and abilities. Check out their Virtual Tour to see their facility! Everything from rock climbing, cardio room, weight room, swimming pool, track, basketball courts and more! “http://www.varietyvillage.ca/
Beautiful hidden gem in Aylmer, Ontario! Virtual Tour of Pinecroft Green Frog Tea Room! “Pinecroft has been a thriving business in Elgin County since 1948, supplying fine quality earthenware and stoneware pottery and unique Canadian gifts to its’ customers. The Pinecroft Gallery and Gift Shop and Green Frog Tearoom occupy an original log cabin built in 1934 and overlook an expansive pond which attracts a great variety of wildlife from the Blue Heron to Canadian Geese.” http://pinecroft.ca/home/
This photosphere selfie was taken inside the Gondola at Sulphur Mountain Cosmic Ray Station.
Sulphur Mountain Cosmic Ray Station, a National Historic Site of Canada found atop Sulphur Mountain in Banff National Park, commemorates Canada’s participation in the International Geophysical Year, during 1957 to 1958. Canada constructed nine sites to study cosmic rays, but this site in particular was the most important due to its higher elevation. The National Research Council constructed a laboratory at the site in the winter of 1956-57. The building was not visible from the Banff townsite as a condition of its construction.
The station was run by Dr. B. G. Wilson with the help of two assistants and was equipped with a standard IGY neutron monitor.The national research council maintained its operation until 1960 when the University of Calgary took over its operations and Dr. Wilson found a permanent position there. An improved NM64 neutron monitor was installed in 1963 but the IGY monitor continued to operate until 1972. The station ceased operations in 1978 and the building was dismantled in 1981. In 1982 it was designated as a National Historic Site. A plaque now marks the spot of the station’s location. Wikipedia
360 Inside Banff Gondola
Sulfur Mountain Trail
Improvement District No. 9, AB