Photography and commentary from John Fujimagari


Old And New

Old & New


Another image combed from the archives. The Bow Building is juxtaposed against an older building on Stephen Avenue.

In the best light…

Sunset And Water

Sunset And Water 7


Looking back on some of my older images, I thought I would share a few that stand out.

After a very rainy spring a nearby field was partly flooded. I liked the reflection of the sunset in the water.

In the best light…

Best of Twenty Fourteen

Hello 2014

There’s nothing like starting the year off with a bang. We went out for a drive the evening of New Year’s Day and I was able to capture this lovely sunset.

I’ll take you through the past year chronologically if you will just bear with me.


A quick lesson in what not to do!

R.L. Stollar

Hell hath no fury like a Facebook scorned. In today’s digital age, most of us assume everyone understands this fact. But every now and again, people surprise us. An ever-increasing element of this reality is that the hounds of Reddit, the Twitter armies, and Facebook vigilantes are more than willing to remind people that we live in a publicized world. You can’t hide behind privacy statements or legal jargon or appeals to company policy to pacify an Internet mob. Once you cross the line of Internet etiquette, the people of the World Wide Web will hunt you down and do their best to ruin you forever.

Applebee’s apparently never took note of this. You’ve most likely heard about their most recent encounter with virality. But in case you’ve been living under a rock, here’s a brief summary:

A waitress at a St. Louis Applebee’s lost her job for…

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Fabulous Steam Friday, On Film

End Of The Line


Back in 1999, Sherri and I travelled to Stettler, Alberta to take a trip on the Alberta Prairie Railway.