Category Archives: photography

Mr Crow

Mr Crow – Burgoyne Bay, Saltspring Island Related Posts:Eagle and crowA crow on the beach – photo truthsThe inquisitive Mr. Crow…The way it was – Burgoyne Bay

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Nature and man – a dandelion

A dandelion on a pipeline – a stark dichotomy between nature and man Related Posts:DandelionThe way it was – Puntledge penstock pipelineBridges – Duncan Bay Main at Puntledge penstockPipeline graffiti

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A bit of spring

A spring blossom Related Posts:Salt SpringSpring at Filberg ParkA bit of springA pretty little 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. … 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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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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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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A dark and stormy day at Swartz Bay

A dark and stormy day at Swartz Bay A bit of image processing with Photoshop – I masked out the dock crew member, and then adjusted the colour levels while converting the image to black and white. Related Posts:Skeena QueenBC … 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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