Nature Photography by Martin Ryer

After a relaxed 13 km paddle, the last thing a person wants to find on their camping beach is a group of teenagers with shabby power boats that cost much less...

A must watch documentary showcasing the work done by Ancient Forest Alliance and Photographer TJ Watt. Help suppert the Ancient Forest Alliance by donating here: ancientforestalliance.org/donations.php and see more of TJ’s work here: tjwatt.com

This is a beautiful location on the South end of Buttle Lake in Strathcona Provincial Park. One could spend all day composing the setting. I’ll definitely be going back.

As mentioned in an earlier post, one of my Grizzly Bear images will be featured in Norm’s ongoing presentations to help raise awareness for the Great Bear Rainforest. I’m very proud...

I’m definitely hoping not, but even if it just happens once that’s okay too. I mentioned late last month via social media that I had some very exciting news. One of...

I’m very excited! I was recently contacted by documentary filmmaker Paul Novy from Iceberg Films. www.icebergfilms.com Paul and I are going to collaborate on a segment in an upcoming documentary film....

For those that are getting ready for paddling season on the west coast, I personally consider the BC Coast Explorer and Marine Trail Guide by my friend John Kimantas – Volumes...

Please help support my friend and fellow British Columbia Marine Trails member, Chrysta Wallin on her upcoming solo expedition of the new Salish Sea Marine Trail. She is going to be...

I will be the first to admit that a lot has been written about this topic. Things like flat ground, proximity to water and firewood, avoiding areas where wildlife activity is...

I first visited this location (which needs to remain undisclosed) in June, 2014. I’ve always wanted to go back. Given all the recent snowfall on Vancouver Island I thought it would...