Nick Pegg

Word and Imagery Artist from Canada.

Tag: Monochrome

Is it broken?


After jumping off the stage at the end of his set… Marcel, Lead vocals and guitar of band called Die Hexe , announced to the audience that he thought he broke his ankle.

For the rest of the show, he was be asked probably around 100 times.. if it was broken..

no word yet from the doctor whether or not it is actually broken.. but pretty punk rock regardless of the outcome.

Canon 60D Kit lens blah blah blah


Brent Rambler

Brent Rambler of August Burns red at #KOIFest15 KOI Music Festival in Kitchener ON.

Tension (day 22)


I took this photo in a attempt to create an image that would express how I was feeling at a particular time. I was feeling tension. Pulled from different directions but expected to stand.

this is another iphone 4 photo.




I don’t really have much to say about this photo, it doesn’t really spark any metaphorical rants or long ideas.

I just really like the photo.

An over exposed monochromatic slow shutter flash photo of my mom downtown Nashville in March.

Let your dreams fly into reality.

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If the earth stood still just for a moment.



I like to think, that what if, the entire earth were to stop moving just for a moment. – How it would appreciate itself. How it could imagine, it could dream, it could wonder. It would pause in aw of itself, in amazement of its glory.


This is a photo I took of a co-worker taking a smoke break. – I don’t smoke, but I do like to hang out with those who do. Just in general like having conversations with people who are mellowed out by nicotine. 


Love Cat.


An Afternoon, playing the new Assassins Creed. I look to my right and see the cat waking up from it’s ever so famous…cat nap. I notice, My 60D sitting ever so graciously on the coffee table in front of me, arms reach away. I see the cat. I see the camera facing the cat. I reach for the power switch on the camera. I notice, the power is already on from an hour ago when I was flipping through some photo’s I took earlier that day. I gently press the shutter button to wake the camera from its famous.. sleep mode, catnap. I look at the cat, once more, as to not startle it in hopes it will continue to stare blindly in the same direction… – I slowly, and fearfully half press the shutter button now that the camera is fully on. I say fearfully because oh the beep it will make when it Auto-Focus’s on the couch front… This is where it all goes wrong. – The beep… Never came… meaning only one thing, Or two if you are a defeatist. It, means/meant that the camera lens was set to (duhn duhn duhhhnnnn) Manual Focus…..

I gasped! :O

Out of complete Hope and Luck.. I took a photo.

I knew that probably, The cat would be out of focus, but I decided that my chances were just as high of the cat being in focus now, than if I were to move it in any way without looking in the view finder.

The photo I took… is the above photo…

The focus is on the front part of the couch cushion.


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A Black and White Winter.

Recently, and by that I mean over my entire time with a camera, I’ve been the biggest fan of black and white photography. However, side note, I’ve been trying my best to capture colour and sharpness and stepping away from the black and white trend, also because when you black and white a photo it hides a few imperfections and makes super amateur photographers (like myself) look a slight bit better than they actually are.

ANYWAYS! – here are a few landscape black and white’s that I’ve taken throughout this extremely cold southern Ontario Winter.


Lake Erie, Rondeau Ontario. January 2014.


Bates Dr, Rondeau Ontario January 2014


Cambridge Ontario, February 2014


Lake Roseau, Muskoka Woods, Ontario Canada November 2013



Stoney Creek, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada December 2013