Tag Archives: water

Sojourn

“Sojourn,” a view of Kamloops Lake and the mouth of the South Thompson River as seen from Kenna Cartwright Park, is now available for purchase on my Fine Art America page, HERE. It’s best to experiment with the framing and … Continue reading

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Coffee Creek

Hang in there B.C., Spring is coming, I promise! I’ve made “Coffee Creek” available on my Fine Art America site. To view various print options (metal, wood, acrylic, etc.), click the link below. Be sure to play with the multitude … Continue reading

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Dawson Falls

Dawson Falls is one of seven waterfalls on the Murtle River in Wells Gray Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada. (I’ve photographed four to date… but will get to them all.) Available in your choice of print styles, only at my … Continue reading

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Natural Water Slide

This natural water slide is located in Syringa Provincial Park in the West Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. This 3-shot panorama is available now on my Fine Art America site, using the link below. Purchase “Natural Water Slide.”

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Icefall

“Icefall” is now available at my Fine Art America site. Choose acrylic, canvas, framed print, wood print, metal print and more. Thanks for visiting!

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Waterfalls

Above: “Chase Creek Waterfall – Panorama” just added to my Fine Art America gallery. Chase Creek has changed greatly over the past 40 years. It was once full of brook trout and had deep pools sprinkled between the falls and … Continue reading

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Cold Heart

Above: “Cold Heart” – just added to my Fine Art America gallery. I love getting out in the winter and exploring some of the trail systems of the Shuswap. They often follow creeks or rivers and, when it’s cold enough, … Continue reading

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