Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Back country creek flowing in to Harrison Lake.
Harrison Lake sunset.

Harrison Hot Springs offers such a diverse range of photographic opportunity as long as you get out there and explorer.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Olympic Fever

Canadian Paralympic Curling team shows off their medals.

Canadian team aims the rock.

Canadian Paralympic Curling team Practicing before the big game.

The Rocks, the business end of Curling.

The Olympic village shines late night in Vancouver.

As we approach mid February I am starting to feel that post Olympic with drawl. At this time last year we were all preparing for the start of the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic games. I was super busy, running around and preparing for my role as the Photo Supervisor at the Hill crest Curling venue. This would be a paid position so with this in mind I knew that I would miss most of the cool events around Vancouver. How ever I'm not complaining, I would have a first hand role in organizing all still photography for this venue as well as all access to the best viewing locations ie. photo positions. Even though this job would not allow for much time to actually take pictures I still managed to take advantage of any legit opportunity. I thought I would share just a couple high light shots. The Olympics were far to busy for me to take out the camera but luckily the Paralynpics and my photo manager allowed for a little more free time and a chance to snap a few of my own. It was an amazing experience and one I would do again in a heart beat.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

White Death, tied by Aaron. A great fly for Steelhead and Bull Trout. Shot with Nikon cool pix s8000.

Steelhead Society Of British Columbia

Super excited about the SSBC new web site, looks great thanks to Dave, and they have used my photography to feature the site. Also if you care about wild Steelhead than check out the SSBC site and become a member to support conservation efforts to save this great fish!