Sunrise at Moraine Lake!

The Rocky Mountains

The Rockies For the longest time I have been trying to go back to visit the mountain range between British Columbia and Alberta.  The first time around I wasn’t able to take advantage of my trip across the mountains and this past week or so was my chance in doing so.  On my way to Ontario I had the opportunity to stop at places like Joffre Lakes, Jasper, Banff and below is a quick description on how everything went down. […]

If you look closer, you can see Vancouver!

My Whale Watching Experience (15 Jul 18)

As our time in Vancouver Island comes to an end for the time being, we decided to head on whale watching adventure.  This time however, using the Ocean EcoVentures Whale Watching located, you guessed it, in Cowichan Bay.  First and for most, we would like to thank Gary and his crew for the amazing experience we all had during this trip. Although it was not the first whale watching tour we’ve had, it was one of the best ones thus […]

Bald Eagle

My trip North of Vancouver Island

I’ll start with an image from Google Maps where it shows the different places my wife and I have visited in the last 5 years.  The stars represent the scenic places we’ve been and as you can see from the image; the northern part of Vancouver Island was not visited at all (until this week).  Part of the reason for not having done so was due to the amount of time it requires to not only to drive there but […]

Before and After with Capture One Pro

Capture One Pro

Why Capture One? Before I get started, allow me to give you a little bit of background as to why I have chosen to write about Capture One Pro (COp).  I was a Lightroom user for many years and I’ve been wanting to explore other software out there but never had the motivation to do it as I was already emerged in Li.  Finally Adobe’s latest change had allowed me to look for something different.  I’ve tried a couple of […]

Upcoming Solar Eclipse

Where? When? and How? On Monday, August 21, 2017 the most awaited Solar Eclipse will be seen throughout North America. NASA has a Totality Map showing the actual path of the Solar Eclipse. Those lucky to be in this path (Oregon to South Carolina, USA) will have an amazing experience, I know a few people who are already booking flights to take part in this extraordinary event.  The last time this type of event ran across North America was back in 1979. […]