October 25, 2015 BLOG
haunting
The path is clear. The sky is daunting. The door is open. It is both eerily quiet of the hustle and bustle of civilization and full of ......
October 18, 2015 BLOG
west coast fog
In nature's spotlight we visited Avatar Grove and stepped into the forest. While still in Avatar Grove, this time we step into the river's bed of ......
October 11, 2015 BLOG
hera
This is Hera. It may look like she's having a bad hair day, but she's in full molt. Hera is a golden eagle - one of the largest raptors in North ......
October 4, 2015 BLOG
nature's spotlight
This image is from Avatar Grove, a dense old-growth forest found near Port Renfrew on the southern tip of Vancouver Island . Along the ......
September 27, 2015 BLOG
abandoned powerhouse
This old powerhouse sits derelict and gutted, suffering the ravages of time and neglect. Street art has found its way onto the building's structure&nb ......
September 20, 2015 BLOG
dramatic sky
An old truck in an orchard caught Vince's eye as we wandered around seeking just such a photo opportunity. It would be very easy to tell you ......
September 13, 2015 BLOG
old fashioned apple press
An old fashioned apple press sits outside of the distillery now housing modern pressing equipment. This image is representative of the kinds of o ......
September 9, 2015 BLOG
cover page
Very proud to have one of our wedding images chosen for the cover of The Wedding Experts' wedding planner.
September 6, 2015 BLOG
craigdarroch
Some places have one castle, others like Victoria have two. But Victoria had no kings. Craigdarroch Castle is known as a 'bonanza castle' – mas ......
August 30, 2015 BLOG
ruckle
The Ruckle homestead was established in 1872 on Salt Spring Island. In 1972 the family donated their land to BC Parks, but the family still lives ......
August 23, 2015 BLOG
fallen log
With the wildfire at Lizard Lake and the scenic Pacific Marine Circle Route (along a former logging track) currently shut down, we re-v ......
August 16, 2015 BLOG
snowbirds
We call them the Snowbirds (their official name is the Canadian Forces 431 Air Demonstration Squadron) and they put on an impressive display over the ......
August 13, 2015 BLOG
snowbirds #1
The Snowbirds performed over the Juan de Fuca Strait off Clover Point/Dallas Road on Wednesday evening. Here is one image Vince took of them.
August 9, 2015 BLOG
whimsy
Today is about whimsy – something playful. What do you do with a pair of work boots that have served their purpose? Why not give them a new gre ......
August 2, 2015 BLOG
little engine
Cowichan Bay is a quaint fishing village near Duncan, BC. Once the gateway for European settlement of the Cowichan and Chemainus valleys, it is l ......
July 26, 2015 BLOG
little waterfall
Living in Victoria, and particularly on Vancouver Island, is a blessing. It's nice to know that within a short distance we have the means to get ......
July 19, 2015 BLOG
japanese garden
This image is from the Hatley Castle National Historic site, now more commonly known as Royal Roads University. Its gardens have long been c ......
July 12, 2015 BLOG
long beach
Situated with in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, Long Beach is the longest beach on Vancouver Island, stretching for over 16 km. Grey, humpback and ......
July 5, 2015 BLOG
reflections
Thetis Lake is a popular natural reserve within the Victoria area. Funny though that it's called Thetis Lake Regional Park when it's two lakes that it ......
June 28, 2015 BLOG
grand old lady
The Empress was built by Canadian Pacific as a terminus hotel for its steamship line. It was built between 1904 and 1908. Story has it that for m ......
June 21, 2015 BLOG
city of gardens
Victoria is called the City of Gardens due to its mild climate year round, but in the summer it truly earns this nickname. Everywhere you look there a ......
June 14, 2015 BLOG
hidden waterfall
Sombrio Beach is part of the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail, a coastal wilderness hiking trail, along the southwestern coast of Vancouver Island. Sombrio i ......
June 7, 2015 BLOG
who are you looking at?
Barred owls abound here on Vancouver Island. While active at night, it is not uncommon to see one flying during the daytime. This fella swooped past u ......
May 31, 2015 BLOG
homestead
These outbuildings are part of the Ruckle family homestead, first settled in 1877 on Salt Spring Island. In 1972 the family donated their land to B.C. ......
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