Jim Babbage, Russ Higgins, Linda Kassil – Elmhirst’s Resort 2022

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Title: Jim Babbage, Russ Higgins & Linda Kassil - Serenity

Elmhirst's Resort
1045 Settler Line
Keene, Ontario
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Phone 705 295.4591
Email elmr@elmhirst.com

Hours Reception
Mon to Sun: 8 am to 8 pm
On weekends, call ahead to ensure access to the gallery.

Fri April 22, 6 pm to 8 pm

Jim Babbage
Website jimbabbage.photography
Facebook facebook.com/Jim.Babbage
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Twitter twitter.com/Jimbabbage
Website flickr.com jim_babbage
Website www.behance.net/JimBabbage

Russ Higgins
Email russellhiggins@msn.com
Instagram instagram.com/russ_higgins

Jim Babbage

I fell in love with photography nearly 4 decades ago, the summer before I started journalism school, when my father gave me my first 35mm camera as a graduation present. It was a simple camera; it didn’t even have a built-in light meter. I didn’t care; an entirely new world had just opened up in front of me.

After college, my passion to share knowledge and make photographs led me to long-lasting careers in those areas as both a college professor and creative professional. Several years into my professional photographic career, I launched Photoshop for the first time and once again, a new world opened up for me. I became immersed in the world of digital, and soon began designing for the web in addition to taking photographs, teaching and writing.

Photography is as much therapy for me as it is a creative outlet. In recent years, our #FortressofModerateSolitude on Rice Lake has been an inspiration for me the past 7 years.

Russ Higgins

Avid Pentax Photographer still shooting with 50-year-old glass in the digital age. Affinity to water, landscapes, and expressive skies. Bringing my experiences to life through tone, colour and artistic effects.

Linda Kassil

For as long as I can remember, my father walked around with a camera slung about his neck. Wherever we were, whatever we were doing, it had to be documented on film. I was fascinated that moments in time could be forever frozen like this. When my father let me use his camera for the first time, I was thrilled—and hooked. Photography quickly became a much-loved hobby. But then I started working full-time as a high school teacher and had two beautiful boys and so photography took a back seat. It wasn't until I retired in 2019 that I plunged myself back into it.

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