Autumn in Vancouver, BC

Posted on 5th March 2015 in explored, nature, wandering

Seasons are perhaps one of the most solid testaments to the dynamic nature of life on earth. It just so happens that in Vancouver, BC, it’s particularly mild with frequent rain. This makes for lovely growing weather for plants and shrubs and sitting around on the beach! It also requires a constant umbrella and scarf once you’re out of those summer months, just in case.

These photographs were taken in October.

Also, there are bunnies in the parks around Kits beach and Jericho beach.

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Fall vs. Spring

Posted on 7th June 2014 in nature

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Green Lake, British Columbia, Canada

Posted on 3rd November 2013 in adventure, nature

I have been driving by Green Lake my entire life on the beautiful Highway 97. I have camped at the Lake many times, and seen it in every season and weather imaginable. However, in recent years it’s just the middle of a long road for me from/to the north/south. I rarely stop there anymore to explore.

I did a shoot with Jilleena recently, and remembered how beautiful that area truly is, so the last time I was by I decided to take a detour around the lake. It added an hour to my journey, but oh was it worth it. Such a beautiful day.

I’ve always been in love with a forest of birch trees. Something about it makes me feel at one with nature, entangled in it’s beauty. When I was walking today with my mother, she told me how her grandmother – my great-grandmother – loved them because it reminded her of Latvia. Connection made.

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Beginning of Autumn in Prince George, BC, Canada

Posted on 22nd September 2013 in nature, wandering

There is something about Autumn that holds me tight [and the word autumn rather than fall]. Perhaps it’s the thought of losing all that has pleased me so throughout the summer. Perhaps it’s the delicate state of decay that captures [part] of the world. Perhaps it’s the colours, animating everything into a spectrum, not just greens.

Most likely it’s a combination.

I took my camera with me on my daily morning walk, and I found what I’d hoped to find.

The last flower is one of the remaining ones from my mothers garden.

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A Vancouver Winter

Posted on 3rd February 2012 in adventure, nature, wandering

Vancouver isn’t the most dramatic of winters, for those of you who don’t know. It’s filled with a lot of rain, yes, but it also has breaks of amazing sunshine, crisp days, and green grass in the middle of January. For Canada, this is a feat.

Naturally, I go out and take photographs of it to hopefully either document it, or share it with friends. Or use it in some other form of creation.

This is what I found:

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