When we explored Gibson BC we headed to the beach to explore. My niece April and I sauntered along slowly enjoying the sun and smell of the Pacific Ocean.
It was late afternoon. I looked at the rock formation and plant life to be found at the end of the beach. There was very strong lighting here causing problems. I used the tree branches to help block the sunlight as much as possible. But I managed to capture the lighting highlighting some of the structure to make the scene more interesting.Green and yellow are the dominating colors here.
Fisher Peak is the highest of the Southern Rocky Mountains. It dominates Cranbrook’s Eastern skyline. The peak has an elevation of 9336 feet.
I seem to always be looking at a hazy scene. I was surrounded by beautiful homes where I set up my camera equipment. I spent a good couple hours photographing here.
Stanley Park, Vancouver BC
I was walking along near the beach. I looked to my right. I saw a trail going off somewhere. But what caught my eye was the lighting. The sun was at the horizon on the ocean casting beautiful soft light along the gravel path.
Howe many remember The Beachcombers.
I had the opportunity to Go to Gibson, BC with my wonderful guide who is also my niece April to explore the The Beachcombers locale where the filming took place.
The Beachcombers is a Canadian comedy-drama television series that ran from October 1, 1972, to December 12, 1990. At 387 episodes, it is the third longest-running dramatic series ever made for English-language Canadian television.
An evening spent at Stanley Park, Vancouver.
Brahm’s Tams Drum Circle is a semi-informal gathering of drummers at Stanley Park’s Third Beach on sunny Tuesday evenings in the summer.
Using a clump of evergreens as my foreground. A beautiful blue sky. One mountain in the background.