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Nikon School of Underwater Photography

Are you interested in learning more about underwater photography? I’ve found the PERFECT solution! Check out the Nikon School of Underwater Photography! Nikon Digital SLR Underwater Photography Programs are offered every week of the year in Bonaire, in the Netherlands Antilles in the Caribbean Sea! The program includes: Seven nights ...

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Island Time

Island Time 2011, a set on Flickr. A collection of photos of my visits to Vancouver Island in 2011.

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Jewels for a Cause 2011 Event Photos

Jewels for a Cause, a set on Flickr. The photos from the Jewels for a Cause event last night.

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Jewels for a Cause 2011

Tonight, for the second year in a row, I will be donating my time and photography services to the Jewels for a Cause charity event in West Vancouver. The event was started 10 years ago by Jennifer Rainnie and Teri-Ann Donaldson, as a very grass roots way to gather friends, ...

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A Tiny Taste of my May Long Weekend…

May Long 2011, a set on Flickr.

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Bangkok: Grand Palace

Bangkok: Grand Palace, a set on Flickr. New photos posted to Flickr of my visit to the Grand Palace in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Off to a Rough Start…

My trip to Thailand didn’t have the greatest start… For starters, the morning of my flight to Bangkok I woke up to find that my car window had been smashed. I had to leave for the airport at 10:30am, and found my smashed window at 8am while taking the dog ...

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Travel on the Horizon

There is travel on the horizon, so close, I can almost touch it! T minus 6 days and I will be leaving Vancouver for 46 days! I’ll be flying from Vancouver to Bangkok, Thailand. I’ll spend a month exploring Thailand and then will make my way to Bali, Indonesia for ...

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Canola Field, Dawson Creek, BC, Canada

Everything Happens for a Reason…

“Everything happens for a reason.” When “shit” happens this is something we tell ourselves and want to believe. Is it true? Who knows? But it is something we cling to because it is somehow comforting and helps get us through the rough patches of life… The last two and a ...

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A Taste of the Yukon

In the short time I spent on the whirlwind Whitehorse Olympic media day last February, there was much to see and do!    (This post is well overdue….) The trip started right from the moment we checked in at YVR. The woman handing out the boarding passes was dressed in traditional ...

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