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    Update: The following blog post was sent out yesterday with an error in postage. The postage is $3.00, not $15.00. The website has now been corrected. We apologize for the error!  Thanks. Ken Marshall and Chris Harris (Harris/Marshall Media) have just released a Blu-ray disk titled ‘The Chilcotin Ark’. With 2 documentaries and 9 short […]

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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. […]

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  • CD Release Barn Party!

    Only in the Cariboo is a new CD released in a hay barn! Last night Stan Provost, Curtis Lueke, and Sheldon Caverly, released their very first CD “Stolen Signs” in Gus Horn’s hay barn. What a fantastic evening! Outside was a spectacular electrical lightning storm with thundering sound effects, but nature couldn’t compete with the electrical storm […]

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  • A New Yoga Retreat

    Last week I was out in the West Chilcotin photographing a few beautiful resorts in the Nimpo and Anahim Lake area. One of the resorts is offering yoga retreats; I’ll share a few images I made over the next few days.   This is The Dean on Nimpo Resort which looks out over spectacular Nimpo […]

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  • Interior vision

    “I don’t believe in learning from other people’s pictures. I think you should learn from your own interior vision of things and discover innocently, as through there had never been anybody”.   –   Orson Welles Autumn leaves falling….. My Final Major Book! In celebration of the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region of BC, its ancient rainforests, canyon-grasslands, […]

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  • The Painted Chasm

    The Painted Chasm is a wonderful place to visit in spring. You can find it just south of 70 Mile; a few short kilometers off highway 97. When the last ice age glacier was melting, a stream cut through the lave here to form this Chasm. You can see the coloured lines which represent the […]