Brits in Vancouver – Katie’s Story

“It’s beauty. Every time I fly into the city, I see the mountains and instantly know that I’m home.” Moving tale Katie arrived in Canada in 2011, loves Burnaby Central Park , an oasis of tranquility surrounded by a bustling urban environment and that’s where we met for our photo-session and conversation. Was it the lifestyle or maybe quality of […]

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Walking Victoria – Ogden Point

  Named after a 19th Century, Hudson’s Bay Company trader, the breakwater pier at Ogden Point provides great views whatever the weather. Victoria proved to be a good city for walking. Whilst on a recent visit, the car was left idle and the legs provided all the motive power needed to cover the downtown and harbour area. One walk I […]

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The film bug bites hard

It’s a brand new, old world and I’m loving it. I admit that form and function are important to me. After reacquainting myself with film through the Olympus Trip I turned my attention to finding an old SLR camera. What to look for? It was a no-brainer. The Olympus OM-1, a well storied, professional quality SLR was my first choice. […]

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DSLR time

At last, a DSLR. I found the Canon refurb store on eBay around 2005 and waited for an EOS 300D to show up. It was what I could afford at the time and I used existing glass. I was back in the world of through the lens and enjoying the benefits of selecting my glass. With far better resolution and […]

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Early digital life

Taking a peek at my photographic journey. I’ve always retained an interest in photography, yet there have been times when I’ve ebbed and flowed. Sometimes we allow life to get in the way of our interests and I certainly fell in to a dormant period. I’ve decided to revisit elements of my photographic journey, picking things up from the early […]

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