Nature Photography by Martin Ryer

Monthly Archives: October 2017

I expect this will be an ongoing trend… photographytalk.com/…/7983-nikon-closes-camera-factory-cites-popularity-of-smartphones    

A must watch documentary series on CBC, narrated by David Suzuki:  cbc.ca/wildcanadianyear/episodes

Celebrating all Wolves! Visit wolfawarenessinc.org for more information.

I found this graph and diagram entertaining. It’s definitely a reflection of my own kayaking experience and sense of risk management.

This may be a unique genre for me to explore especially when aligned with natural elements. This is a rock crushing unit, taken with an iPhone 6S Plus in the middle of the night. The fog and dust seem to match well with the artificial light. I continue to be impressed with the capabilities and quality of “iphone photography.”

An interesting infographic. We all have a part to play, can we find alternatives to some of these items? Regardless how far inland we may live, these pollutants have a way of making it into our oceans.

…I came to a realization over the course of the last couple of days. I’m surprised it didn’t occur to me earlier. The last few weeks have been the longest period of time that I have spent outside of Alberta or British Columbia since I moved west from Nova Scotia in 2004. I continue to be amazed by the enormity and diversity of Canada and am so thankful that I call this… Read More

This is your opportunity to let government know that you want a total and complete ban on killing Grizzly Bears, across all of British Columbia. Email grizzly.bear@gov.bc.ca and CC the following: premier@gov.bc.ca flnr.minister@gov.bc.ca env.minister@gov.bc.ca tristan.jones@gov.bc.ca andrew.weaver.mla@leg.bc.ca If you live in B.C. please copy to your MLA as well. You can click on this link to find your MLA and contact info: https://www.leg.bc.ca/learn-about-us/members While the killing of Grizzly Bears for any reason, can be a… Read More