Category Archives: photography

Reflections – self portraits

It has been a while since I posted a reflective self portrait, so here we are with one that I shot at a very interesting place – the Church Grove Cemetery Company.

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Just a selfie

Just a self-portrait in the woods

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Just a selfie

Just a selfie – standing over the water at the Fanny Bay Government Wharf Selfies can be a great tool for self-expression, and a means to gently document where we were and what we were doing. They can be a … Continue reading

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A pretty blossom

he A pretty blossom – demonstrating the oft overhyped bokeh, out of focus thingy

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Mr Crow

Mr Crow – Burgoyne Bay, Saltspring Island

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Nature and man – a dandelion

A dandelion on a pipeline – a stark dichotomy between nature and man

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A bit of spring

A spring blossom

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Misadventures in time-lapse

A misadventure of sorts – almost as soon as I set up to shoot some video it started raining, then the hail started falling, and then wind and snow. I retreated to the safety and warmth of the mighty Delica.

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Back to black (and white…)

The shoreline at Wolf Lake There is a bit of history here: June of 1938 was the driest June since weather records were first collected in 1874 – it set the stage for what would be called the “Bloedel Fire”. … Continue reading

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Back to black (and white…)

The shoreline at Wolf Lake There is a bit of history here: June of 1938 was the driest June since weather records were first collected in 1874 – it set the stage for what would be called the “Bloedel Fire”. … Continue reading

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