Clouds of Time

Shot from Jericho Beach, Vancouver, in February 2014. This is 296 seconds of exposure.

Surreal Silhouette

Long exposure shot of mystical cloudy skies over downtown Vancouver at sunset, February 2014.

Majestic Vancouver

Panorama of Vancouver downtown, shot from Lonsdale Quay in North Vancouver. Click on the photo for near UHD size.

Stretched Moments

Long exposure shot (159 s) of Downtown Vancouver, taken from Jericho Beach, February 2014. The music is called Lost Sanity. I made it more than a year ago. Don’t really know the genre, but it felt right for the photo.

Mystical

Earthly lights spreading through the nearby clouds over Burrard Inlet, on a foggy winter night in Vancouver, BC. Taken from Kitsilano beach in January 2014.

Never Sleeping

Tehran, the city that never sleeps. Taken from the Milad Tower in September 2012.

Lake Geneva at Dusk

Lake Geneva at dusk, as seen from the town of Montreux in Switzerland, looking south. The border with France passes through the middle part of the mountains seen in the background and through the lake. This is the combination of 6 long exposure (30 seconds) photos. Imaginion turns 2 today, so I thought I would…

Dark and Bright 8: Vancouver at Dusk

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.

Porto at Sunset

An evening in Porto in early October 2012. I took this from the Ponte Dom Luis I bridge. The bells of Porto’s many historic churches ringing and the seagulls signing make the sunsets at this old part of the city absolutely enchanting.

Luna

The moon on a windy night in Burnaby, BC. “Memories” by Clint Mansell on Moon – Original Soundtrack

Memory Lane

A rainy night and a long road ahead. Reminded me of a poem by Tolkien. “The Road goes ever on and on Down from the door where it began. Now far ahead the Road has gone, And I must follow, if I can, Pursuing it with weary feet, Until it joins some larger way, Where…

Night Walk

Granville bridge, Vancouver.
With a little bit of emotional electronic aural saturation. (what?!)