Tag Archives: photography
In other seasons, an abundance of colour seems to naturally permeate life. The vivid hues of golden autumn leaves, the deep blue waters of lakes and streams under a brilliant summer sky, the dazzling sunrises and sunsets as the first … Continue reading
This year, summer officially ends in B.C. Saturday, September 22. Unofficially, if previous years are any indication, there should be plenty of summer-like days after that until winter officially arrives Friday, December 21. I make no secret of … Continue reading
…or a visual metaphor for loneliness? Here are a few more from Adams Lake, B.C. This lake is surrounded by beautifully treed mountains, with numerous streams flowing into it… most days, you can even see those things!
Lingering summer wildfire smoke is just a thing to get used to in B.C. now. And I know, sadly, we aren’t alone. With the planet warming, we’re all feeling some effects (or going to).
I like to try to visit at least once, and preferably twice, per year.
A Cicada visitor to the backyard today. It’s the first one I’ve noticed in Kamloops but I haven’t been looking for ’em either. This is a 3-shot focus stack; something I rarely do. There’s probably a faster way than the … Continue reading
Sometimes, a nice sunset is all it takes. Those changing dramatically from one moment to the next are even better.