The cherry on top, for me, is a photograph that I didn’t see coming. For instance, one afternoon I spotted a black bear eating grass at the side of the road. While shooting, I noticed she looked over her shoulder… Read More ›
This image is an example of detail you very well might step on if you don’t watch your feet. Two bugs with exquisite details make them more than an ordinary ant and bee. Details
This image is an example of detail you very rarely notice on a walk in the forest. Sap. Details
These don’t always come in threes, but sometimes they do….. Trio
Taking care when I photographed this set of sap ‘tears’. They are deceptively fragile.
Some boundaries are fixed and permanent. Others are fluid and transitory. Here, a creek filled with mud from a slide merges with the crystal clear Lardeau River.
One of the most subtle and nuanced ‘boundary’ is the space around an animal. Outside that invisible boundary – a comfort level. Inside that boundary – attack and defend.
Some change is subtle and slow, some change is dramatic and fast. These qualify for the latter category I believe. Avalanche! Change