If you would like to hike, fish or go on a gentle horseback trip up onto the Potato Mountains over looking lakes such as you see here, give the Bracewell’s a call. The Bracewell’s, who have a beautiful lodge south of Tatla Lake in the Chilcotin, have been sharing the beauty that surrounds them for […]
If you don’t like the heat, head out west to the Chilcotin and fly in to one of many proglacial lakes in the Coast Mountains. Chances are you will have your own private lake for as long as you wish. It’s an amazing way to take a holiday. A Beaver will fly you in with […]
For me, one of the most interesting parts of this nature oriented raft trip was the landscape. As we floated beneath this towering mountain which forms the backdrop to Spences Bridge, Bernie Fandrich, owner of Kumsheen Raft & Resort, told us about a massive landslide that took place here many years ago. Over the centuries, […]
This past week I visited the south eastern corner of the Cariboo region to photograph a specialty raft trip; a natural history adventure along the South Thompson River between Ashcroft and Lytton. The trip was operated by Kumsheen Rafting & Resort which is situated in the spectacular White Canyon, six kms north of Lytton. With […]
There has to be a lot of bruises and strained muscles after at day of rodeo’ing. After just one day of shooting, I could show you a lot of images like this one…and worse! They say it’s fun, but I’m sticking with photography!
I love to photograph the ladies barrel racing. There are so many ways to shoot the riders to create different effects. I shot this at 1/30 sec. in order to create this effect. The barrel is included to give context. Not easy to do but fun to try!
I’ve been away for several days on various shoots but I am home again for a few days; madly trying to catch up with processing imagery. Last weekend I photographed the Williams Lake Stampede. I got most of my best images the second day after I figured out the best places to shoot from. Making […]
The American White Pelican is back in the Cariboo Chilcotin to breed. Most breed on Stum Lake which is now within White Pelican Provincial Park. These migratory birds will often fly over 200km from their nests to feed. Strangely, Stum Lake has very few fish, this the necessity to travel for food.
Every time I pass through Tatla Lake in the Chilcotin (that’s about a 1 min. drive) I look for these beautiful bales of hay stacked up against the one of the most amazing backdrops – the Coast Mountains. Hay bales will soon be appearing all over the region so carry your camera. They are very […]