109: airplanes, and a brief foray into Vancouver

I’m flying to Yellowknife today, but I had a six hour layover in Vancouver, so I headed downtown to see some friends (and my friend, the sea)  I forgot it’s actually Spring in other parts of the province.

Oh Vancouver, how I miss you so.



1/640sec, f / 7.1, ISO 200.


1/800sec, f / 7.1, ISO 200.


068: by the sea

COMPLETELY forgot to take a picture today.  Just about to go to bed, and I remembered.  Here’s a quickie of a seashell laying on my bed in the dark, with a flashlight hiding under the covers.


20 sec, f / 14, ISO 400.

052: When the sun shines, it pours

I made a two hour voyage by transit today in Vancouver just to go visit the sea for 30 minutes.  Worth it.


Canon Rebel XS. 1/400sec, f / 16, ISO 400.
(English Bay)


Canon Rebel XS. 1/640sec, f / 16, ISO 400.
(graffiti on Davie St)


Canon Rebel XS. 1/400sec, f / 18, ISO 400.
(Canada Place, with the mountains peeking from behind)


Canon Rebel XS. 1/10sec, f / 3.5, ISO 400.


040: the catch-up, part two


Canon Rebel XS. 1/50sec, f / 5.0, ISO 400.
(wisdom, part one)


039 – the catch-up, part one

I got tired of writing “Day Zero Three Nine” etc.  It’s harder for my brain to remember, so I’m switching to numbers.  Also, this is the first post of the catch-up.  I’ve been away at a business conference for the last couple of days, doing 14 hour days on my feet, and only being in bed long enough to sleep a few hours before getting up to repeat.  I’m skipping tonight to give my body some much needed sleep, so I figure I have time to catch up on my photos.

(I actually managed to take at least one photo a day, even though I was in conference and talks and, well, parties for the last 72 hours.  Go me.)

Presenting: Drunk photography!


Canon Rebel XS. 1.3sec, f / 5.0, ISO 800.
the vancouver shore