Posts tagged with “terri roberts” (17 posts)

Roth & Ramberg head South

DAY 6: Blanc Sablon, Labrador Straits

Posted by Terri

 

Though it wasn’t the promise of magical light that woke us at 5am today, we were still up before the sun. This time, to catch a flight all the way to Blanc Sablon to explore the scenic Labrador Straits.

 

We ...

roth and ramberg and the sgian dubh maker

If you have one of our Roth and Ramberg calendars then you know it’s December and you should be looking at a photo of a man named Rab.

What’s a Sgian Dubh (pronounced skin-doo)? Well it’s a traditional knife worn in the sock of a kilt-wearing Scot ...

roth and ramberg want you to meet Willie the Rat

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It’s August and if you have a Roth and Ramberg then it’s time to turn the page. What you will see is one of the more colorful characters we met on our trip, Willie Cameron or as the locals call him, Willie the Rat.

We spent the better ...

roth and ramberg discover whisky

It’s July and time to turn the page. If you have our Roth and Ramberg calendar, then you know what to do.

When we first started planning for our trip to Scotland, we decided to stay in small villages near Loch Ness. After many years of shooting our calendar ...

roth and ramberg score a hat trick in applied arts

We just got the official word. We’re happy to say our photos from our Loch Ness Calendar won a few awards in the Applied Arts Photography Annual.

We got two awards for series and the third award for complete calendar.

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Thanks to all those helped and all the people ...

roth and ramberg in the inverness courier

We received an email from our Scottish friend, Steve the Nessie Hunter. He is Mr. May in our 2012 self-promotion calendar. He has not yet received the package we mailed him a couple of weeks ago with his photo and calendars inside. Of course, we feel bad and are fixing ...

roth, ramberg and the russians in calgary herald's swerve magazine

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Our 2012  ‘In Search of the Loch Ness Monster’ project was highlighted in the Calgary Herald’s Swerve Magazine. If you’d like to read the article click here. Thanks Swerve!

roth and ramberg 'in search of the loch ness monster' behind the scenes

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We had plenty of adventures while we were in Scotland shooting our 2012 calendar, ‘In Search of the Loch Ness Monster’. If you’d like to read about them, just download the Roth and Ramberg App available in the App Store to read it on your iPhone/iPad or simply ...

roth and ramberg 'in search of the loch ness monster' 2012 calendar

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Watch your mailbox… our ‘In Search of the Loch Ness Monster’ 2012 Calendar should be arriving soon.

If you just can’t wait to get the printed version, you can go to our website to see the photos now. And you can download the Roth and Ramberg App to see ...

roth and ramberg fight to the finish

July 16 – posted by Terri Roberts

After back to back hat tricks on Thursday and Friday, there we were… mad dash to the end.  We still needed two more subjects. And we were running out of time.

Our initial leads went bust early in the morning. Some were out of ...

roth and ramberg learn a lesson

July 15th - Posted by Terri Roberts

Today we learned what it’s all about. Well, kind of.

We set out early in the morning (sadly, earlier than any coffee shop we passed) and drove from one end of the Loch to the other to meet a man named Rod ...

roth and ramberg shoot a trio of legends

July 14 - posted by Terri Roberts

Today was a good shooten’ day. 

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Even though we had our sneaking suspicions that 16 degrees was more of a rule than an average, we were proved wrong when it hit 24, and the bright sunny sky followed us around the Loch for the ...

roth and ramberg go in search of the heilan coo (highland cow)

July 13 - posted by Terri Roberts

The day began ambitiously enough.  It was our last morning in Drum, and Michele and I wanted to take advantage of the fact that we were only a few miles from a castle. So we ran there and back.  The view of the Loch ...

roth and ramberg get stuck in a rut

On account of a late night dram at the Benleva Hotel (thanks Joe!), we had a wee bit of a sleep in. And it was lovely. But after a quick breakfast (still considered breakfast if you’re on Newfoundland time), we headed off in search of Nessie Hunter Steve Feltham ...

roth and ramberg ask "is it really all craaaapppp?"

July 10 - posted by Terri Roberts

It isn’t every morning you start off at a castle but this was one such morning. Urquhart Castle is just a few miles down the road from Drum. Its first known visitor was Saint Columba more than 1400 years ago, though I doubt ...