Vargas Island has always been one of my favorite places. This was my 7th visit but not since 2018, so I’ve definitely missed this spectacular area. The only part of the island that I haven’t paddled to or camped on is “Dick and Jane Beach” but I’ll save that adventure for another time. I did get to add Milties Beach to my list though. On the morning on March 28th, just as… Read More
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Sea Kayaking – Nootka Island
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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.”
Category: Equipment and Gear Tags: Artificial light, Crusher, Dust, Filters, Fog, Fumes, Genre, Gold mine, Heavy equipment, Industrial, Industrial photography, Industry, iphone, Ontario
A fence line in the fog – created just north of Sparwood, BC. I’m really happy with this image! I almost passed it by but something told me to go back. I knew it was going to be captivating. The true essence of photography is being able to express the ordinary as extraordinary.