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Campbell River’s Canyon View Trail

Campbell River’s Canyon View Trail

Campbell River’s Canyon View Trail (accessed via parking areas at the old BC Hydro powerhouse and at the logging bridge at Woodburn Road) is a moderate 6 km loop that is excellent for wildflowers in the early spring. The rich soil of the Campbell River flood plain is perfect for both white and pink fawn lilies (Erythronium sp.)and the display can be spectacular. I try to do the loop at least once…

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Apr 8

Signs of Spring … Gold

Signs of Spring … Gold

Gold Star (Crocidium multicaule)

A constellation of Gold Star (Crocidium multicaule) in the dunes at Point Holmes, Comox, BC.

One of the most beautiful early blooming spring flowers on the east coast of Vancouver Island is gold star or common spring-gold (Crocidium multicaule). In the Comox Valley the best show is along the narrow stretch of sandy “dunes” between the road and beach at Point Holmes. Kin Beach and the dunes at…

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Boulders at Point Holmes

Boulders at Point Holmes

Point Holmes Boulders #1

Six image panorama, stitched together in Photoshop CS6 and converted to black and white using Silver Efex Pro 2.

These huge boulders captured my attention on the rocky beach at Point Holmes, in Comox, British Columbia. During low tide Point Holmes is excellent for marine life, but the weather was pretty awful and though the tide was low, I didn’t stay out longer than it took to find some very…

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Coombs Country Market - Dave Ingram

Just posted some images from a weekend photo shoot at Coombs Country Market, Coombs, BC. Great spot to spend a rainy Saturday!

Mar 8

A couple of images from a walk at Point Holmes during low tide yesterday - I’m currently “limited” to my Fuji X100S so had to get creative for the beach boulder images. Both of those are 6 image panos stitched together in Photoshop CS6 and then converted to black and white using Nik Silver Efex Pro.

Finding the Source of the NileOne often hears off-hand mentions of interesting locationsthat other photographers have been to,…View Post

Finding the Source of the Nile

One often hears off-hand mentions of interesting locationsthat other photographers have been to,…

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Feb 8
Herring Spawn Head’s UpIt’s all in the timing and it’s easy to miss. Last spring I was lucky, and the kids and I witnessed…View Post

Herring Spawn Head’s Up

It’s all in the timing and it’s easy to miss. Last spring I was lucky, and the kids and I witnessed…

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Feb 8

A few more photos of the South Fork Snoqualmie River in Olallie State Park, taken in December, 2013 before the trail to Twin Falls was washed out. 

Read more about the trail and waterfall, plus more photos at Twin Falls in Olallie State Park.

Feb 6
Twin Falls in Olallie State ParkEven in the wet drizzle of a grey day, Olallie State Parkis a special place. The South Fork of the…View Post

Twin Falls in Olallie State Park

Even in the wet drizzle of a grey day, Olallie State Parkis a special place. The South Fork of the…

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Few pics from a field trip to Little Qualicum Cheeseworks near Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island, BC. I found a gorgeous old McCormick Farmall in a shed and did a photo study. Seat is from another tractor on the farm but it fit well with the set. Photographed with a Fuji X100S and post processed with VSCO Film 01 preset in Lightroom.

Images available for sale at http://www.daveingram.ca/Photography/Metal/McCormick-Farmall-Tractor/