I tend to forget during the rainy season that there are beautiful mountains north of SFU's campus. They are normally covered by clouds.
Wasn't satisfied with the colour (north-facing skies are always so blue) so I'm trying to hide my shortcomings as a photographer in this black and white photo. Too bad Instagram is no good for wide landscape orientation.
A well proportioned Black Bear near the Stewart, BC/Hyder, Alaska border. This fella was more intrigued by the feast of clovers under his face than the weird human looking at him. #explorebc#coastalmountains
0 1316 February, 2020
A few more from that awesome moment in time - cause you can’t just take one. 😉
#tbt - Misty mountain morning in backcountry of the #CoastalMountains |
Below are the settings used for this image. They are only meant as a guide as each scene will be different.|
Camera - Nikon D500
Focal Length- 105mm/157mm
Aperture - f8
ISO - 100
Exposure - 1/1000
Date - 2019/03/23
Time - 13:07
Unintentionally Rayner mimics the ionic Black Tusk lurking in the background while gaining one of the many boulders surrounding Mount Brew. #twinning
3 17312 October, 2017
Shades of 💚 on Clearwater Lakes Trail
4 12719 June, 2019
Snow shovels were brought out of storage today.
13 1143 December, 2019
We passed this beauty of a spot in the summer without even a second glance. Number one I had no idea it existed and number 2, we were so intent on watching the temperature gage in our van as it slowly and painfully reached the verge of overheating that we had little time to enjoy our surroundings. +30 temps and steep incline grades had our “little van that could” leaking coolant all over the road. I do remember, however...thinking to myself amidst the cussing and swearing happening in the drivers seat next to me, that this Lillooet area was a place I’d like to return 🤣 With its deep river gorges, mountain peaks, and turquoise waters, this “hot spot” in Canada’s discovery coast is definitely worth the visit. And I’m happy to report I had better luck the second time around