Blog - patrickdoyle
  • Playa Los Almendros, Baní, Dominican Republic

  • Playa Los Almendros, Baní, Dominican Republic

  • Playa Los Almendros, Baní, Dominican Republic

  • New York skyline, July 2016.

  • Baní, Dominican Republic, 2014

  • Dr. Adamson for a series I photographed for the Ontario Medical Association.

  • Sunset near the Acuario Nacional in Havana

  • I have started shooting more and more video for my news clients. I have added a video section to my website. www.ottawaphotography.com/Video

  • From July 8 to July 19, 2009, I photographed the Ottawa Bluesfest for The Canadian Press. Over a period of nearly 2 weeks I sent 110 photos on The Canadian Press and Associated Press wire to newspapers, websites, and magazines around the world. Some of these photos can be seen in the Entertainment section of my website. Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley and Tommy Thayer of the band KISS seen here performing at Cisco Ottawa Bluesfest on Wednesday, July 15, 2009. The Ottawa Bluesfest is ranked as one of the most successful music events in North America. Patrick Doyle/Ottawa BluesFest/The Canadian Press Images.

  • A photo of the Toronto skyline shot from the island airport.

  • The Challenger Jet. On April 16, 2008 I went on 36 hour trip to the North Pole with the Minister of Natural Resources Canada. This is the Challenger jet we used to get to our first stop in the Arctic, Iqaluit.

  • Looking at the map of the Arctic just after starting the trip.

  • Boarding the Falcon 10 in Iqaluit. Iqaluit seemed very far south compared to where we were going.

  • The Falcon 10 jet was the most uncomfortable part of the trip.

  • The pilot of the Falcon 10. The extension cord is for the planes heater.

  • Kids playing with a cool 4-wheeler in Hall Beach, Nunavut.

  • Inuit child in Hall Beach, Nunavut.

  • Main street in Hall Beach, Nunavut.

  • An Inuit family in Hall Beach, Nunavut. Everyone seemed to have a really nice dog.

  • An Inuit child in Hall Beach, Nunavut.

  • The only polar bear I saw was at the airport in Resolute Bay.

  • Camp near the North Pole on Ellesmere Island.

  • The mountains at the top of Ellesmere Island near the North Pole.

  • Camp near the North Pole on Ellesmere Island.

  • Camp near the North Pole on Ellesmere Island.

  • Camp near the North Pole on Ellesmere Island. The Twin Otter we used to get there is in the background.

  • These are the scientists who live at the camp near the North Pole. There are only about 20 scientists and helicopter pilots living there. They are mapping the polar continental shelf.

  • The Twin Otter we used to get to the camp near the North Pole.

  • A refueling station in Resolute Bay, Nunavut.

  • A video of a scientist talking about the ice in the Arctic right before we left on our trip.

  • A video of the map being viewed on the plane on the way up to the North Pole.

  • A video of our group boarding the plane in Iqaluit to go even further north.

  • A video of our group packed into the Falcon 10 plane. With the big parkas there wasn't much room.

  • A video of the Inuit village, Hall Beach, Nunavut.

  • A video shot from a helicopter of giant ice formations. They are much bigger than they appear. If we had more time up there the pilot said he would land one of the helicopters on top of them to give it some scale. They were only 20 people at the camp but 5 helicopters.

  • A video taken from a helicopter of the mountains at the top of Ellesmere Island. Near the North Pole.

  • This shows our stops along the way as we change planes and refuel.

  • Fishermen.

  • Another unusual car.

  • Cuban wedding photographer.

  • Boats in front of El Castillo del Morro.

  • From the roof top of the Camera Obscura.

  • Along el muro.

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