May 17, 2015 BLOG
lines
Lines are one of the most basic elements in design—from function to artistic. They are visual paths, focal points, dividers and borders. The ar ......
May 10, 2015 BLOG
bumble bee delight
Our attention was first caught by the sunlight catching the water on these dainty Forget-me-nots. As we approached the small flower bed, we were ......
May 3, 2015 BLOG
koksilah river
Koksilah River is west of Shawnigan Lake and is an undeveloped park. There is easy access to the riverside from trails and other foot paths. The river ......
April 26, 2015 BLOG
kicking horse pass
Kicking Horse Pass lies within the Rocky Mountains between Alberta and British Columbia. It is of historical significance because this is the route th ......
April 20, 2015 BLOG
crowsnest view
It's time to take you off Vancouver Island for a few images. This image is from a viewpoint on Crowsnest Highway (Highway 3), which follows the southe ......
April 12, 2015 BLOG
park at night
Stadacona Park is one of many small municipal parks through the city, and is noted as one of the oldest parks in Victoria. It is a wonderful place to ......
April 5, 2015 BLOG
derelict boat
Boats weather all kinds of storms, but neglect and abandonment can be the final storm of them all.Derelict boats can be found in hidden corners and in ......
March 29, 2015 BLOG
beach grass
Beach grass dots the landscape of Long Beach along Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, between Tofino and Ucluelet. It's amazing to see these tufts of ......
March 22, 2015 BLOG
happy spring
While the east coast and other parts of Canada have snow, snow and more snow, our part of the world is settling into spring. Signs began appearing ver ......
March 15, 2015 BLOG
mount tzouhalem
Mount Tzouhalem is a popular location for hikers. It is in Duncan, B.C., part of the North Cowichan Municipal Forest. It is 500 m high at the top of t ......
March 8, 2015 BLOG
a flock
This portrait is personal as it is of our bird family. Just about everyone who sees this photograph believes the birds have been Photoshopped into the ......
March 1, 2015 BLOG
sailing
Tall ships grace Victoria's inner harbour year round. It is the home of Pacific Grace and Pacific Swift, both owned and operated by the non-profit Sai ......
February 22, 2015 BLOG
spring runoff
This is a small waterfall on McKenzie Creek, in Thetis Lake Park. It's probably the most water we've seen over this little falls thanks to spring runo ......
February 15, 2015 BLOG
botanical beach
Botanical Beach is on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, part of the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail, in Port Renfrew.It is best known for its intertidal ......
February 8, 2015 BLOG
let it snow let it snow
With all the news of snow back east, we thought we'd share a lovely British Columbia snow picture. It was taken some time ago in Hope, B.C. in a momen ......
February 1, 2015 BLOG
interesting tree
There's something about trees that can make an interesting photograph. They are monuments to the passing of time and resilient; growing despite all th ......
January 25, 2015 BLOG
rustic fence
An old, rustic fence stands as a testament to life some time ago. Did it enclose a yard for children to play? Did it keep sheep, cows or pigs from wan ......
January 11, 2015 BLOG
sombrio sunset
Vince loves to capture the sheer beauty the world presents us; a sunset is one of those images. A sunset is incredibly special as each one is differen ......
January 4, 2015 BLOG
say hello to darwin
If birds have expressions, I wonder what exactly Darwin is thinking? Darwin is a great horned owl and an ambassador of sorts at the The Raptors. We've ......
December 28, 2014 BLOG
something different
Over my many years of being a professional photographer, I had done many different types of photography, but I had never been asked to do stills photo ......
December 21, 2014 BLOG
texture
Did you think you could actually see texture in an image? Behold!This image fascinates Vince not just for the texture and details, but for the slender ......
December 14, 2014 BLOG
old fishing shack
This old fishing shack sits on the wharf at Fulford Harbour on Salt Spring Island. It was repurposed as a kayak rental store, only recently closed.The ......
December 7, 2014 BLOG
old growth rainforest
To live in the Pacific Northwest is to live in a rainforest. The rainforest air is moist. The trees are large. The scent is alpine fresh. The forest i ......
November 30, 2014 BLOG
human form
The human form, simple yet subtly complex, is always present yet hidden.Portrait photography can be more than capturing the sense of an individual - c ......
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