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A rainy west coast day

A rainy day in Ucluelet I’ve always enjoyed being on the west coast of British Columbia, especially on rainy, foggy days where colours are muted and the air is still. A bit of Ucluelet is just the ticket on these … Continue reading

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Simba II

The fishing boat Simba II in Nanaimo

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Splendour

The fishing boat Splendour in Nanaimo

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Vancouver from the air – Petrosul sulphur terminal

The Petrosul sulphur terminal in North Vancouver

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Nanaimo from the air

Descending into Helijet’s operation base at the Nanaimo Cruise Ship Terminal

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Randell Dominaux ex Nunatsiavut Nanuk

Clearwater Seafoods’ offshore lobster ship Randell Dominaux  in Shelburne Randell Dominaux was formerly named Mikol L, Polar Viking, San Aotea, Midvingur,  Nunatsiavut Nanuk, and The Randell Dominaux. Clearwater Seafoods holds all licences in Canada’s offshore Lobster Fishing Area 41. The … Continue reading

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HMCS Sackville National Historic Site of Canada

HMCS Sackville (K181) – Canada’s oldest warship HMCS Sackville is the last of Canada’s 123 Flower-class corvettes, one of many convoy escort vessels built in Canada and the United Kingdom during World War II. In 1988, Sackville was designated a … Continue reading

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BC Ferries – Langdale

Waiting for a ferry at the BC Ferries terminal in Langdale

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Primo and Polar Prince

Primo and Polar Prince in Lunenburg I love to research wonderful things such as history, and the name and details of ships. Presenting fundamental information is part of being a photojournalist, and  is as important as the photograph itself. There … Continue reading

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Primo

Primo in Lunenburg Primo was built in by 1964 as a trawler for St.Lawrence Sea Products Co. She was subsequently purchased by Amos Brannan & Sons Ltd in 1977, Fishery Products International Ltd in 1988, and Dawson Moreland & Associates … Continue reading

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