Nature Photography by Martin Ryer

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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

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.

I’m a very proud supporter of Friends of Clayoquot Sound and their conservation work in the local area. Two of my images were recently featured on page 5 of the summer 2017 newsletter. Please consider making a donation: http://focs.ca

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 

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 than your first car, loud music and chainsaws! Needless to say I didn’t stay on the Stud Islets and for good reason. I found a much more “friendly” alternative which is all I can say so as not to disclose the… Read More

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.

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 my images, created in 2013 on Northwest Vancouver Island is going to be featured in the April 2017 National Geographic Traveler (UK) edition. To have an image featured in this fabled publication is humbling and I am to say the least… Read More