Nature Photography by Martin Ryer

Monthly Archives: July 2017

…who would think that a simple pine tree could offer all these survival hacks? Wow! Check it out here: https://m.outdoorrevival.com/instant-articles/use-pine-tree-survival-food-medicine-fuel-shelter.html

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…Black Bear or Grizzly? What do you think?

GRAND OPENING: September 16th -17th, 2017 Be a part of the celebration:  https://www.bcmarinetrails.org/news/events-and-calendar/salish-sea-marine-trail-grand-opening-events

When composing an image it’s important in a creative sense to consider angle and perspective. When you do, an otherwise normal composition can be transformed into something entirely different especially when you get down low. Before After

Side Bay is located on Northwest Vancouver Island, north of Brooks Peninsula and pretty much right beside Lawn Point Provincial Park. It is accessible via logging road from Port Alice, approximate driving time is 4.5 hours from the Comox Valley. It’s 3 hours of pavement and then 1.5 hours of logging road. There’s lots of signs on the logging road to point you in the right direction and it’s in really good… Read More

I got the chance to use this at Side Bay this past weekend on North Vancouver Island. I had to pull my kayak approximately 100 meters to and from the water. It worked flawlessly on uneven terrain – pebble, rock and sand. Be sure to run the strap through the rigging on top of your kayak or other anchor points on canoes, etc. otherwise there’s the potential for the cart to slip… Read More

British Columbia Magazine is a one of a kind publication, showcasing all the great things and places about British Columbia:¬†bcmag.ca I’m very proud to have one of my images featured on the bottom of page 13 of the Summer, 2017 edition.