LATEST UPDATES: WILDERNESS ADVENTURES
Well met!HAPPY EASTER!
Happy International Women's Day!
Happy Lunar New Year!
Not a bad New Year resolution!Merry Christmas and Very Happy 2023!
Three Robins on a Holly Tree
(Almost like in the carol!)Hey!
Hiding in BlossomsSupper!
Immature Cooper's Hawk with a captured female House SparrowComet NEOWISE and Falling Star
An unexpected surprise: capturing a falling star while photographing Comet NEOWISE
King Tide and Wind in Victoria
British Columbia’s Coastal Wilderness in Photographs and Stories
My presentation to Victoria Natural History Society
Tuesday, December 10th 2019, 19:30 – 21:00
Room 159, Fraser Building, University of Victoria
More information here
Delfshaven, RotterdamMore photos from The Netherlands are being posted here
A picturesque historical harbour spared during the WWII air raids
Chatting Bald Eagles
She: Are you going to catch some fish for supper or not?
Notre-Dame de Paris, before the fire
The beauty lost....
Happy Valentine's! (and the story behind this image)
Her Sweet Lips
If you want to find out whom these lips belong to, check the link: Garry Oaks in Snow
New Portfolio: First Snow in Montreal
Winter Tree at Sunset
Exhibition at Saanich Municipal Hall:
ADVENTURES IN NATURE IN COASTAL BRITISH
until late January, 2018
Click on the above image for more info
Salmon Run in Sooke (click for more)
Cherry trees are blossoming again in Victoria
Unusual Snow in Victoria: Waiting in Snowfall
DECEMBER: STORMY SEAS AND KING TIDES -
DRENCHED PEOPLE ON DALLAS ROAD
GIFTS OF NATURE
AN IMAGE FROM THE BC COAST
Great Blue Heron Landing on Kelp
LATEST SOLO EXHIBITION
My latest exhibition Princess Royal Island: a
National Treasure at Saanich Municipal Hall
(770 Vernon Ave, Victoria BC), was on display until
February 26, 2013. If
you have not
been able to visit the exhibition in person, click on the picture below
for an online version:
A PICTURE FROM MY PORTFOLIO
Just Try to Take It Away!
"Rock garden" exposed at low tide. Cohoe Bay, Queen Charlotte
Ancient Maya city Uxmal in Yucatán, Mexico
Haunted: Canada Place and Ghosts of Light
On a rainy night, ghosts are emerging from the Canada Place lights in
Singing at Sunrise
Marsh Wren (Cistothorus palustris) declaring its territory
with an early morning song
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