During the Thanksgiving weekend I went out several times and was able to get a variety of photos around Chilliwack. The fall season we are in and the beauty to be seen is something to be thankful for. Fall ColoursVedder RiverBirch TreesMt McGuire
Thursday, Aug. 19, was World Photography Day. It is a day to celebrate photography and a great day to go out and take some pictures. The date relates the history of photography and in particular to the "Daguerreotype". The daguerreotype was one of the original processes of creating photographs. Here are some of the photos... Continue Reading →
In the last few months I had a film in my Pentax K1000 camera again. While digital cameras provide great new opportunities, I still appreciate the simplicity that can come using a film camera. Below are several of the photos taken with the K1000. They were taken between May and Aug. 2020 with a 28mm... Continue Reading →
Yesterday was the second supermoon for 2020 called a Pink moon for flowers that come out at spring time. Moon risingMoon risingMoon rising
Here are some more flowers that continue to appear brightening the day. Seeing DoubleGrape HyacinthPussy WillowDaffodilsTulip
While we are going through uncertain times, spring has arrived and in the Fraser Valley there has been some sunny weather. Flowers today and in the past few days are blooming bringing colour as winter is now past.
Monday evening there was a full moon. It was what many call a supermoon and had the name Worm moon. I was able to get a few photos of the moon rising.
There is something to be said about taking photos with a film camera. Using a film camera, in this case a Pentax K1000, without the immediacy of results of a digital camera makes you prepare in different ways. This week I finished a roll of film and had it developed. It took longer than I... Continue Reading →