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  • The Story Behind the Image

    I just posted my October Newsletter which contains some stories from this summers wildfires. To see the remains of Lee’s Corner was a shocker. When I reached Hanceville that day, I bore witness to the remains of a Chilcotin landmark. This historic café dated back to the gold rush and early ranching days in the Chilcotin. […]

  • Chilcotin Ark
  • The Story Behind the Image

    I just published my May photographic Newsletter which talked about the ‘Gift of Light’. When looking through  my imagery, I came across this image which spoke so explicitly about the Gift of Light that I wanted to share it’s story with you. Rita, along with friend Mike Duffy and I, were camping on Shack Lake, […]

  • Chilcotin Ark
  • The Story Behind the Image

    One day while exploring the Chilcotin grasslands, I came across this lone cabin set amidst the most incredible scent of wild sagebrush. At first I thought it must have been a cowboy’s trail cabin, but no, it was a shepherds cabin. This shepherd travelled dozens of miles up and down the Fraser River canyon lands, […]

  • Chilcotin Ark
  • The Story Behind the Image

    I just love living on BC’s central plateau at this time of the year when different birds arrive weekly, filling the skies with song. When I hear the first blackbird, Canada goose, meadowlark, loon, and sandhill crane; I know that life is good. I am still alive, and the planet is still spinning. All else becomes […]

  • Chilcotin Ark
  • The Story Behind the Image

    When I was photographing for my book Spirit in the Grass, my biggest challenge was to capture book quality bird images. The grasslands are vast. I remember hiking for miles and hardly being able to see a big horn sheep! They looked so small. Seeing and then getting close enough to photograph tiny birds was […]

  • Cariboo
  • The Story Behind the Image

    High above the mid-Fraser River Canyon between Clinton and Williams Lake to the north, there is a spectacular back-country road which winds it way, often precariously, through the Cariboo Chilcotin grassland canyonlands.  I have traveled this road often over the years while searching for beautiful grassland compositions. One of the sights I often see are the dead vehicles […]


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