Tag Archive: Rachel Cater Photography

Why I Want to Visit “The Land Down Under”

  I really want to experience Australia’s unique beauty.  However, first I will need to conquer my fear of all of the poisonous critters that call it home. I have compiled the list… Continue reading

Creating Memories with Travel & Photography

  Travelling is such a great opportunity to create memories and photography helps preserve those memories. Travelling and photography are such personal, special experiences. We all want to experience different things, whether it’s… Continue reading

Black & White Photography: Changing the mood and impact

  In previous post, I mentioned that I love black and white photography.  Colours affect the mood, vibe and overall impact of a photo.  Stripping out the colour can place more focus on the… Continue reading

The Magic of Blarney Castle

    The Blarney Castle is a really great place to visit when you are in Ireland. Located at the top of the castle is the Blarney Stone. The story goes that if you… Continue reading

The Legend of Giant’s Causeway

    I was lucky to have had the opportunity to visit the Giant’s Causeway when I was in Ireland. Let me tell you, it’s breathtaking! The Irish are amazing storytellers and I’m… Continue reading

Why I enjoy black and white photography

        There is something captivating and raw about a black and white photo. Stripping out the colour compels you to really focus on the angles, shadows and tones. This can increase the… Continue reading

Why I love photography

    I love photography for many reasons. Whether it’s travelling to another country or visiting places in Toronto, I want to capture moments. I love the experience of taking a photo. When I… Continue reading

Toronto Humber Bay Park East

   I took my dog for a walk at the Humber Bay Park East park.  I decided to take some photos as my dog and I took advantage of the mild weather. Some… Continue reading

Toronto – Etienne Brule Park

    I took a walk near Etienne Brule Park by Old Mill hotel and spa, located in the west end of Toronto. The park features a tennis court and a great hiking trail.  Surrounded by nature,… Continue reading

Winter Wonderland

As messy and deadly as snow is, it`s actually quite beautiful. I took a walk around my neighbourhood to take photos of the snow. There’s something calming about snow as it drifts.