Nature Photography by Martin Ryer

I’m very proud to be a Volunteer, Member and now a Director with the BC Marine Trails – The World’s Largest Marine Trail Network: bcmarinetrails.org 

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...

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 picked these up from Ski Tak Hut in Courtenay recently and was able to try them out in Kananaskis country, can’t wait to try them out elsewhere and for more...

As the west coast of British Columbia and Vancouver Island gets battered by the remnants of Typhoon Songda I know this might seem like an odd time to talk about sea...

I continue to be amazed with the power of Lightroom. Equally as impressive is the new Lightroom Mobile App which allows for RAW image capture and processing on iOS 10.This in...

It’s been said that once you enter a natural environment, that it takes up to half an hour for nature to begin to restore itself and allow for one’s presence. As...

In July of 2013 I paddled from Tofino and made my base camp at Blunden Island. The following morning I set out to paddle across to Vargas Island. The crossing is...

Tonight I got to try out my new Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR. I had a lot of back light and difficult texture and skin color to compose but overall...