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A Timely Update for a Dated Vancouver Photo


I took a photo of Vancouver’s BC Place in November of 2009. Shortly there after the construction on the retractable roof for the stadium started dating that photo drastically. I decided to head back and take another photo from the same location that would again seem more timeless. The framing and lighting on the new shot is a bit different but it came out pretty well. Also, if you look closely you can see the changes that were made to the Telus World of Science as well.


Hope you like it!


Vancouver's Science World At night

Here is the old photo if you were wondering.

Vancouver Lights over False Creek

The Moon Shines Brightly


Here is another photo of the moon. The shot used a Canon 7D, Canon 300mm F4L USM and Canon 2x Extender II. There is a fairly significant crop on the photo as well. I tried taking some photos of the moon a month or so back with limited success. This shot came out a lot sharper. With the lens combo involved it is an equivalent of around 1000mm. Crazy to think that I still had to crop it a fair bit. Either way pretty stoked on how this one came out.

The Moon

A Tour Through the Okanagan – Slightly Corked


Took a quick trip away from the city for the past few days to the Okanagan with Kelly. Wine, sun, stars and the lake/river to relax in. Great way to spend a few days. This was also a perfect opportunity to do a little bit of time lapse. There are a few stills here from said project but no video as that is to come. Still thinking about the whole summer recap video so there are some clips in the works. Here are a few shots though from the weekend. These are all from the Penticton, Oliver and Osoyoos areas of the Okanagan.






I believe the quote was, “He could do better”.






The Moon Over Vancouver


This is another shot of Vancouver looking down Hastings St. The moon makes this shot.

Love the lights on the bridge


The Olympic Rings in a Beautiful City


This is a night shot of Vancouver from the incredible Cypress Mountain Lookout. If you look closely you can spot the Olympic Rings peeking out from behind the trees in Stanley Park.

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