38 Replies to “Newsletter #147, 2017”

  1. Ernie Siemens says: Reply

    Thanks for sharing the excellent images in this newsletter. Very much enjoyed.

    1. Thank you Ernie!

  2. The very tragic photos of the fires, as well as the beauty of the 105 and Baskerville leave us thinking of our friends and neighbours in the Cariboo. Still our “home”

    1. We miss you but we know your spirit is here.

  3. Great photos, thankyou

    1. Thank you Diane!

  4. Wonderful newsletter photography – of 105 Ranch – fires out west – loved the pictures of Barkerville, a winter wonderland. I think Remco Wijnhorst should not have trouble finding people interested in his rental vacation property on Horsefly Lake – beautiful home, beautiful scenery. Thanks Chris. Janet Wright

  5. Wonderful newsletter and photography – fires out west – Barkerville ( a winter wonderland) . I do not think Remco Wijnhorst will have trouble finding people interested in his vacation rental property on Horsefly Lake. Beautiful home – beautiful scenery. Thanks Chris

    1. Thank you Janet. So much beauty everywhere!

    2. Remco Wijnhorst says: Reply

      Thank you for your kind words, Janet. We are very happy to be able to offer a peaceful and beautiful home-away-from-home to our guests.

  6. Read every word. Fascinating issue on a summer that will remain in the record books.

    1. Thank you Jai. I look forward to seeing you and catching up sometime over the Christmas Season.

  7. Interesting to see Barkerville in the snow.

    1. Visit B’ville at Christmas…it’s spectacular!

  8. I use to just quickly browse images in your Newsletters, admiring many, for years now I have been reading them thoroughly, word for word, and loving it! Thank you for your passionate work and excellence in its presentation.

    1. Thank you so much Ewa. Much appreciated.

  9. Wonderful photos and stories again Chris. Always a delight to spend a few minutes with a coffee and enjoy your art!!

    1. Thanks for your thoughts Buzz!

  10. Thank you, Thank you. Having been in the area as the smoke was still in places these pictures sure hit home.
    Having lived in the Caribou was hard to really believe. These pictures give it the respect it deserves. Quiet, clear, soft, emotional and respectful.
    It will come back but the beauty will never not be there. These amazing picture show just that.

    1. Thank you Vera. So happy to hear how much you appreciate the images. It’s an honour to photograph in this region.

  11. Thank you Chris… a tragedy of fire but some of the shots are superb. It is hard to imagine Lee’s Corner is gone as well as my hunting cabin at Pyper Lake.

    1. Thank you for your thoughts Sterling. The world seems to be changing…fast.

  12. Thank you so much. Will your book be out at the Medieval Market? We entertained family from England days before the fires started and took them to all the places you have shown in the Newsletter. We wish to send a copy to them and have one for ourselves.

    1. Thank you Maggie. I am trying to get it done asap. Yes, hopefully in time for Medieval market. See you there.

  13. Chris: I am totally and completely excited about your new location for workshops. I can’t wait for the schedule to come out – I remember Barkerville from the drive for the canoe trips on the Bowron.

    Thanks for the beautiful images in this newsletter.

    1. You will hear from us soon Joan. Great to hear from you..as always!

  14. Well done my friend ….. super images ….. have a great winter!

  15. Thanks Larry. Always great to hear from you! With snow not far away I guess you are heading to the coast…think what you are missing!!

    1. Already on Salt Spring and I know what I’m missing …… you can have my share!

      1. I’ll take your share…wait until you see my winter images! You will wish you were back in the Cariboo!!

  16. Remco Wijnhorst says: Reply

    Thank you for the kind words about Birch Haven, Chris. As you know, it is our vision to provide our guests with a peaceful place away from it all to recharge and reconnect. As always, I have enjoyed the little samples of your work that you highlight in your newsletters. You have an amazing eye and ability to capture things with your camera. I am excited about your new projects, keep ‘m coming!

    1. Thank YOU Remco! And yes, my plan is to ‘keep’m coming’!! I’m too young to stop now!

  17. Jordan Tucker says: Reply

    Love you. This newsletter is such a lovely summary of a summer of highs and lows. I’m glad you and Rita got to have a weekend getaway 🙂 thanks for your images! So important to commemorate these times.
    You’re a BC Legend.

    1. I don’t know about that legend stuff but I appreciate your comments. You’re the best!!

  18. Loved the 105 pictures , a lot of emotion in there! Also Lees corner Abstract,amazing

    1. Thanks Ray. Always great to hear from you. Nothing like a few ranch images eh!

  19. Bill De Meester says: Reply

    Well, you have done it again, the fire shots are fantastic, so sorry so much was destroyed, how ever it provided you with a great subject matter, and the history has been well captured.
    thanks, Bill & Joyce

  20. Thank you Bill & Joyce. A pleasure to share.

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