All posts tagged: trees

Hidden in the Woods

My son and I stopped at this old farm site this summer because out in the the open area I spotted something I wanted to investigate further. It was only as I was walking around that I saw this old clapboard house looming in the […]

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Wakamow Valley – Wild Animal Park

The former wild animal park is located in Wakamow Valley on the outskirts of Moose Jaw. The park opened in 1929. Native and non-native animals were imported and displayed in the park, including bison, bears, wolves and a variety of North American fowl. As time […]

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Schaff Family

The Charters River, trail and surrounding forest made a great backdrop for the Schaff family session last weekend. I am sure they did not expect to be clambering about on rocks and logs. I am glad they were so willing to risk getting a little […]

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Winter Wonderland

The first morning during the holidays, in Gravelbourg, I awoke to this. It was a perfect way to start the Christmas season. The fog responsible for the beautiful hoar frost was so thick that morning, the entire town vanished for a short time. 5 x […]

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Good Evening Sooke

I read a post the other day about returning to the same place and shooting the same thing over and over again until you get it right. I think I am on the right track. Once the grey, dreary cloud cover that has been present […]

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Sooke Pot Holes Regional Park

My hubby and I took a little drive to Sooke Pot Holes Regional Park earlier this week to check out the salmon spawning. Unfortunately, there were not many salmon hanging about. So I took off in a different direction and made my way to this […]

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Juan de Fuca Marine Trail

As we were hiking down to Mystic Beach via the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail, the sun made an extremely brief appearance through the trees.  This forest reminds me of the children’s movie “FernGully”. If you are still enough, you might see sprites peeking out […]

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A Cowboy with his Gun

Our little excursion took us to a logging road by Port Renfrew, about a 30 minute drive from home. We took our son’s dirt bike, so he could ride around while I took photos of my husband with his 30-06 Ruger. I have to chuckle […]

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