Brits in Vancouver – Shayna’s story

With a love of mountains, oceans and forests, Vancouver had a natural pull for Shayna. I met Shayna at one of her special places, Acadia Beach within Pacific Spirit Park. It’s a place that showcased the best thing about being in Vancouver for her; access to water, forests and mountains.  Not wanting to assume anything I asked what brought her […]

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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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