Another long exposure shot of West Georgia Street in Vancouver, with the Scotia Tower in the middle.
West Georgia Street in Vancouver, BC.
Shot in 2012 from Stanley Park. Prints of this can be purchased here. For licensing you can visit this page.
Shot from Calgary Tower in February 2016. Prints of this can be purchased here.
A panorama of downtown Calgary at sunset, shot in October 2015. Prints of this can be purchased here.
Downtown Vancouver glittering under the setting sun, winter 2013.
Downtown Vancouver at dusk on a beautiful Winter evening in February 2013. This is 4 photos stitched together to achieve the extra wide angle. This photo of mine was voted up in interfacelift.com.
Downtown Toronto, as seen from the topmost visitable floor (“SkyPod”) of CN Tower. Taken in April 2011.
I took this at Boundary Road which is the boundary between Vancouver and Burnaby in BC, facing west. The music below is a piece named The First Day of Spring by Mehdi, which I first heard 7 years ago. Both melancholy and hopeful, the music fits the name so well. download: The First Day of…
Took this on my way to Amsterdam, a few minutes after the plane took off from YVR Airport. To the left are West and North Vancouver, the body of water running through the middle is Burrard Inlet, to the right of it are Vancouver and Burnaby. In the distance are Coquitlam, Surrey, and other smaller…
Skyline of Vancouver as seen from Stanley Park. This is two photos stitched together, each with a 1 minute shutter time.
Stanley Park and downtown Vancouver on a cold cloudy Winter night. Taken from the Lions Gate Bridge. “Graphic Processing Unit” on World of Goo – Original Soundtrack
Looking towards south east from the observation deck at Vancouver Lookout at 147 meters elevation. Note: There are tons of slight shades of gray in this photo that may all look like black if your monitor is not calibrated. “Nightcall” by Kavinsky on Drive: Original Soundtrack
“There is something peculiarly dispiriting about the emptiness that wells up when, in a strange city, one dials the same telephone numbers in vain.” – by W.G. Sebald in “Vertigo”
Looking west at a breathtaking sunset, from Georgia and Granville, Downtown Vancouver. download music: Life In Technicolor II
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