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A quick look at the Timber West Ladysmith Dryland Sort Related Posts:LadysmithSnuneymuxw First Nation log sortLadysmithLadysmith
Ooops – I should have used a tripod for this video, but guess what? I didn’t so I shot some video that was pretty much useless before I did a bit of post-production work. Video geekery – post-production stabilization can … Continue reading
Buttertubs Marsh – a bit of protected nature in Nanaimo Buttertubs Marsh is a bird sanctuary in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada. Located in the middle of the city of Nanaimo, the man made marsh covers approximately 100 acres. Related Posts:Lazo … Continue reading
C-GHJP, a Helijet Sikorsky S-76A in Nanaimo And some video – first, the real time version. It’s cool if you like such things. Next a short time lapse of the same video And a slow motion segment that shows how … Continue reading
Another ship being loaded with BC logs that were cut and sorted on Vancouver Island. There’s more to this than just our raw softwood lumber being exported – there’s the men and women who boom and hook up the logs … Continue reading
I noticed some storm clouds brewing and roiling while at Seiffert’s Farm – they were moving fast so I shot some stills and a bit of video, and just barely escaped a downpour that seemed to come out of nowhere… … Continue reading
I stopped at Point Holmes to sea what nature brought when the first storm of the season arrived on Vancouver Island. A spectacular day for wind surfers and photography… Related Posts:A stormy day at Point HolmesSea foamPoint Holmes – a … Continue reading
A nice clear day at Buttle Lake in Strathcona Provincial Park – pretty, but totally frustrating as I wanted to shoot time lapse videos of clouds over the lake and there were no clouds for three days of camping. While … Continue reading
Pipers Lagoon is one of my favorite places to watch the world go by. Except for a few brief moments at slack tide, the water in the lagoon flows with great speed through the small opening into Georgia Strait. Birds … Continue reading