If someone told me I could only photograph in one area of Nanaimo for the rest of my life I would have to pick Neck Point Park. It is so wonderful for photographing sunrises and sunsets alike. So many different little nooks and crannies to photograph in this beautiful park. And the beaches, what can I say about the beaches at Neck Point. Beautiful polished pebble beaches and rocky crags with starfish and anemones and seaweed. For a beach rat like myself this is paradise.
2 more Ventosa images from the Leg in Victoria. I seem to be getting 2 kinds of reactions to these images. One of them is positive and the other is really really not positive…hahaha! I cant really explain why this style of shooting and processing images has appealed to my artistic sensibilities so much?
Kathy and I took a short road-trip up to Gold River and Tahsis this weekend. We saw an enormous Roosevelt Elk bull along with his harem at first light on the road to Tahsis. Sadly it was too dark to photograph them but it was awesome to watch nonetheless. We also saw several bears on the Conuma River around the hatchery. We also did a little more exploring at the Upana Caves which was fun and also helped me to remember how claustrophobic I am! Here are some images of an area of the Island that I just love.
This is the 3rd image that I have edited from my photoshoot in June with the amazing Emma Blazic. My favourite stroboscopic images are the ones that capture the grace and flow of a single dance move, like this one does.