Google Assistant reminded me we flew to Vancouver on this day 4 years ago (my second visit). This had me thinking about last year's trip as I took (literally) thousands of photos. In amongst them was this dramatic sunset I captured on Long Beach with my Olympus Em5 mkii and my pro 12-40mm lens. At … Continue reading Glorious Long Beach
Photographically 2018 was an interesting and full year for me. There were lots to learn and a number of surprises along the way. I started the year completing my British Academy of Photography Diploma, an achievement which gave me a tremendous sense of pride. One I hope to repeat when I attend my graduation later … Continue reading 2018 was great, bring on 2019!
Post producing an iPhone snap I took in Vancouver whilst on a run a couple years ago.
First of a series of photos which I have given new life through post production.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/swtrunkguy/17168686450/ I could say so much about our trip to Vancouver and Vancouver Island but it would take as long to write as it would to experience it. https://www.flickr.com/photos/swtrunkguy/16733834364/ I cannot fault this holiday, Canada is such a beautiful and friendly place. We have experienced so much during the past two weeks and I will … Continue reading Beautiful British Columbia
Today is our final day in Tofino before heading back to Vancouver so I ensured I made the most of the beautiful location. Richard and I went for a walk to Grice Bay and across Chesterman Beach (where we saw more bald eagles) before heading into Tofino for a fantastic lunch at Jacks Diner on … Continue reading Final run on the beach in Tofino
What better way to spend Earth Day then travelling to Tofino?We sailed over on the Queen of the Bay from Vancouver Wednesday morning and drove over to Tofino, through the mountains and past the most amazing scenery. We are now checked into our log cabin on MacKenzie Beach and ready for a week of sea views … Continue reading Celebrating earth day in Tofino
Captured with my Polaroid Cube.
View the stats on Strava (faster than last time I was here 🙂 )
Part 1. Colchester to Vancouver