Posts tagged with nature-photography

  1. Island Time Sunrise

    2024-01-01 00:14:53 UTC

    A dreamy morning sky adorned with beautiful clouds reflected in the calm waters of the Salish Sea, Parksville, Vancouver Island, B.C. I chose this particular image for my New Years wishes because the sky is magical, as your New Year should be! Wishing you all the best in 2024!

  2. Incoming Canada Goose

    2023-07-02 01:33:28 UTC

    A Canada Goose in flight coming in for a landing. Although not Canada’s national bird I think they should be. They are commonly known, beautiful, and have city smarts! Unofficially our bird is the charming Canada Jay which is also known as a Whiskey Jack. Anyhow this particular goose certainly…

  3. Tree Swallow in Flight

    2023-04-29 22:25:43 UTC

    A Tree Swallow in flight as seen in a profile view which reveals the beautiful delicate detail of the birds wings and tail feathers. Tree Swallows are fast flying, acrobatic birds typically seen chasing insects over wetlands. I captured this image at using a Nikon D7100 with a AF-S Nikkor…

  4. Little Darling

    2022-02-27 23:29:10 UTC

    March brings the Herring Run to Vancouver Island, B.C.  Therefore the featured image is a portrait of a California sea lion, photographed at the French Creek Marina in Parksville, Vancouver Island, B.C.. She looks like a Little Darling to me!  French Creek is a great spot to view both Stellar…

  5. Mating Dance

    2022-02-12 22:10:30 UTC

    February is the month of love so it is only fitting that the featured image is one I have titled “Mating Dance,” featuring a pair of Pigeon Guillemots in breeding colours engaging in flirtatious play over the ocean waters of Burrard Inlet in Vancouver, B.C.. Pigeon Guillemots are seabirds that…

  6. Racing the Surf

    2022-01-05 22:17:33 UTC

    In honour of National Bird Day my first blog post and featured image is one I have titled “Racing the Surf,” showcasing the beauty of a Brown Pelican in flight displaying the beauty of its wings as it evades the white water of a crashing wave at Los Ayala beach…

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