Category Archives: photojournalism

Aftermath – a vehicle incident

An RCMP officer, a tow truck, and an ambulance at a vehicle incident, aka crash… Related Posts:An ambulanceAmbulanceHeritage Vehicle Exhibition opensComox Air Force Museum – Heritage Vehicle Exhibition

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Ambulance

An ambulance heading northbound on Highway 19 – at Horne Lake Road Related Posts:AmbulanceAftermath – a vehicle incidentAn ambulanceTin Man

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Ambulance

An ambulance turning onto northbound Highway 19 at Horne Lake Road An ambulance heading northbound to the Comox Valley Hospital Related Posts:AmbulanceAn ambulanceAftermath – a vehicle incidentC-GCHJ

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Cloudy days and cameras

I had been wanting to get out to the Bevan area to take a look at an old car that was rusting away in the middle of a logged out area. Of course, I picked an overcast day where rain … Continue reading

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Black and white – Nanaimo rail dock

CP Rail’s MV Princess of Vancouver (from www.clydeships.co.uk) During her service with Canadian Pacific, Princess of Vancouver made three round trips daily between Vancouver and Nanaimo, carrying rail cars, automobiles, tractor trailers and passengers. At one point she carried my … Continue reading

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Black and white – the E&N

Wellcox Yard – Nanaimo The Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway (E&N) has a lengthy and controversial history that extend well beyond the 234 kilometre long line. With the closure of the Englewood Railway in November 2017, the E&N became the only … Continue reading

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Black and white – logging

There are parts of logging operations that the public is not meant to see, namely the aftermath of falling the trees and then hauling them out of the timber lands. There’s also the roads and bridges that need to be … Continue reading

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The cemetery

Part of the cemetery at St. Peter’s Anglican Church – Duncan Related Posts:St Peter’s Anglican ChurchSt Ann’s Catholic Church and CemeteryCumberland Japanese CemeteryCampbell River Indian Band cemetery

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Ships and planes and trains – How I do it

A fish boat at Fisherman’s Wharf in Comox Besides taking pretty pictures of all things natural and man made incursions into nature, I also find myself shooting stills of planes, trains, and ships of all sizes and types. Photography is … Continue reading

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A reflective selfie sort of thing

Just a self portrait in downtown Courtenay Related Posts:A selfie at the beachReflections – Powell RiverBC Ferries – Victoria DayReflections on life

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