The supermoon of November 2016 over downtown Vancouver. Shot from Bear’s Bay.
“All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream.” ~ Edgar Allan Poe Shot at Hayward Lake in BC, Canada.
Shot in 2012 from Stanley Park. Prints of this can be purchased here. For licensing you can visit this page.
Farol de Felgueiras (Lighthouse Lady of Light) in Porto, Portugal. Shot in October 2012.
Always beautiful this marina, no matter how many times you see it.
The Seabus station at Lonsdale Quay, in North Vancouver, Canada.
Mount Baker, fitting perfectly under Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver, BC. The mountain is 120 kms away in Washington, USA, and is 3286 meters tall.
Panorama shot from Lonsdale Quay in North Vancouver.
A new post processing take on one of my older panoramas of downtown Vancouver. Prints can be purchased here.
Downtown Vancouver, as seen from up north in West Vancouver.
Taken from the téléphérique, west of the town of Montreux in Switzerland, as we were descending back to Lake Geneva, at dusk.
Took this photo with my phone, as I was waiting for the camera to finish taking a long exposure shot. The music is an extended version of the theme “A Mad Man with a Box” from the original score for the TV show Doctor Who. It’s quite a masterpiece.
Taken at English Bay, Vancouver, in late summer 2013. English Bay is connected to the Strait of Georgia, which connects to the Pacific Ocean.
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…
Downtown Vancouver glittering under the setting sun, winter 2013.
There is no wound that time cannot heal, except for the ones it creates. download: Live or Die by Jamin Winans on The Grey – Original Soundtrack
Taken from the Oberilzmühle dam (Stausee Oberilzmühle) in Passau, Germany, looking north. This is a combination of 6 shots, leading to close to 160 degrees of viewing angle.
Capilano Lake, located near North Vancouver, British Columbia, on a cool winter dusk. download: Sequoia by Mehdi on Instrumental Odyssey Volume 2