The third annual Worldwide Photo Walk takes place July 24th and will see photographers of every level heading out and snapping photos as they stroll with a group. Photo credit: John Bollwitt in Flickr A photo walk is basically a walk around with your camera where you snap photos as you go. I’ve done photo […]
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Yesterday I finally made it to Lighthouse Park in West Vancouver. I’ve profiled the park before and I’ve also done a history post about lighthouses in the region. However, this was the first time I took to the trails and saw the Point Atkinson Lighthouse for myself. Just hours before I was crossing the Brooklyn […]
This morning John and I headed out to Iona Beach in Richmond for a brisk Sunday walk. View Larger Map I have profiled Iona before thanks to Stewart Marshall who contributed a guest post. The regional park consists of several kilometers of sandy beaches sandwiched by Fraser River outlets. As we set out, the warm […]
Just like last year, we rung in the New Year with John‘s family in Iowa. Yesterday he took me out for a bit of a drive and we went on a wintery photowalk — our last of 2009. You can view all photos from our trip in this Flickr set & John’s are also online.
This morning we headed out for a photowalk, leaving behind the glassy towers of the City to walk among the greens, reds, oranges and yellows of autumn in Stanley Park. The trails reminded me of milk-soaked cereal as the dry, crunchy leaves covered the moist and muddied forest floor. The shallow and dried up path-side […]