Last month I traveled to La Conner and the surrounding area. A beautiful mix of natural beauty and rustic but well maintained farms. Something to see around every corner.
We have had way too many overcast days this winter, so when the sun came out last week, I needed to get out and enjoy it. I was up in the hills above Kelowna and found this spot where the sun broke through on some fresh snow. Enjoy.
We don’t often get foggy conditions in Kelowna. This past December, we did, and I took the chance to go out and shoot some night images in the mist. I love the lonely quality that the fog gives to scenes.
I love the colour that willow trees turn in springtime. That vibrant green is one of the first signs of the end of winter. I found this spot on a back road in Summerland. To me, it conjures up images of hot lazy afternoons in the summer.
I had heard about BX falls in Vernon from a few people. I decided to go check it out. It turns out to be this cool hidden gem. I have wanted to try a long exposure of water moving for a while. I love the way the rocks that jut out of the water seem so sharp against the soft blur of the water.
One of my favorite things is getting to photograph in foggy conditions. Early one morning near Gatineau Quebec, I was fortunate to come across this mist that was still in the low lying areas while the sun shone through above. Sometimes, it is just being in the right place at the right time.
In the fall of 2013, I took some time to travel some backroads through the Kootenays and Similkameen to capture some of the beautiful fall colour.