Pristine Baby Blue


Pristine Baby Blue. Doing a bit of a walk about with the family around the downtown area of Squamish it was pretty easy to find a rough and tough mountain bike with mud and shocks and lot sof power, but this little guy was destined for in town commuting, and it just looked out of place in down town Squamish.
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Full Moon Rise


Full Moon Rise. Full Moon rise over Squamish BC. This was shot after the sun went down as the moon started to rise. It was magical sitting on the balcony, I took a bunch of shots before I told my family the moon was out! Tee hee!.
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Social Distancing Arbutus


Social Distancing Arbutus. Been spending a lot of time in the woods these days for mental sanity, and it seems that there are even some trees adhereing to social distancing recommendations. Like this lone Arbutus.
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Night Flyers


Night Flyers. Out shooting with a friend and we walked through a public area at night, it was pretty dark and this was a 4sec exposure. I like how the flyer stand is reflecting in the large puddle, which I had my camera sitting in on a small tripod..
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Bike Parking


Bike Parking. Last night I had the pleasure of shooting with a friend from out of town and we dodged rain drops and did the best we could in this wet month of January. I was happy how this one truned out. The Parking sign was a bit of an eye sore, but I managed to weasle it into my theme here..
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A life Twisted


A life Twisted. Last weekend went for a hike and found this arbutus tree that seems to be confused about which way is up. Just twisting like a cork screw out to the salty inlet. I thought it was pretty cool..
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Rolling Hills


Rolling Hills. Another throw back to when I was in Alaska. This one was amazing, on the 12th floor of a cruise ship saling down to the Dawes Glacier. The mountains on either side just shot up out of the ocean. In this case, pictures just don't do it justice..
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Dyea Point


Dyea Point. Another flashback from my trip to Alaska, this time in Skagway, AK. Such a beautiful city. At the end of the stay someone recommended a small hike out to Dyea Point, boy was it worth it. Do you agree?.
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Coming Round the Mountain


Coming Round the Mountain. Back in the summer we visited the BC Forestry centre in Duncan, and they had an awesome, working steam engine that travelled around on a small loop. Only a bit of waiting and you can see this train lumbering through the woods at a super slow pace..
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Looks Like A Painting


Looks Like A Painting. This summer I took a trip up to Alaska and it was a bit sureal. I haven't posted any pictures yet because I think they all look unreal. It's weird how that happens. When you are photographing something that looks so different than what you are used to capturing, it doesn't feel real..
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Creek Side Village


Creek Side Village. Recently took a cruise to Alaska, Ketchikan, AK was definitely my favourite place to stop. Wandering across town I stumbled upon the creek side walk looking for the salmon ladder. What a tream to find this quaint little fishing village lining the river absolutely jammed with salmon..
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