A Log Cabin On The Sunshine Coast – A Photo Essay

This weekend we celebrated our 4 year Anniversary and rented a log cabin in HalfMoon Bay.  The Sunshine Coast is technically part of the mainland but because of the terrain, a road has never been built.  We boarded the ferry to Langdale/Sunshine Coast at 11:55am.  It’s a short ride, only 40 minutes long compared to…

Tofino, British Columbia – A Photo Essay

We celebrated our 3 year Anniversary last week by heading out to the wilderness coastal town of Tofino.  Tofino is about 5-6 hours from Vancouver.  The ferry left the dock at Horseshoe bay at 10:30am Thursday morning. The sun was shining but it was quite windy and chilly.  We arrived at the city of Nanaimo…

January Favourites

I’m cozy on my couch.  Outside the window, tree branches are weighed down by the snow.  We’ve entered February with a series of rare snow storms and it falls peacefully. I could watch it for hours. Below are the things I’ve been using and loving since January. iMovie I recently had the house to myself for 5 days while my boyfriend…

A Shot At Movie Making

I’ve been looking at the Movie Maker icon on my iMac for years. This weekend I had the house to myself.  My boyfriend was on his annual snowboarding trip so I took some time, watched a few Youtube tutorials and slowly  created my very first video. I have much to learn but am really enjoying…

Still Life – A walk in the forest

I woke around 9am, the room was chilly as I had turned the heat down the night before. Once under the feather duvet it isn’t really needed. A new morning in the temperate rainforest and it called me so I got dressed and headed out. The sunlight shone warmly in contrast to the cool wet air…

Olympic National Forest – A Photo Essay

This past weekend my sister and I took a road trip out to the west coast of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington, a.k.a. “The Land of Twilight”.  We stayed in the small logging town of Forks, hiked to 3rd beach and walked on 1st beach at La Push.  The following day we made the drive…

The Pacific NorthWest. A Photo Essay

“I miss it if I’m not in it for any length of time; I don’t feel comfortable. I want trees and I want frequent rain.” The following are images I have captured during my travels along this beautiful Pacific NorthWest Coast I call home. Schoocumchuck Narrows – Sunshine Coast, BC. Cape Flattery – Olympic Peninsula, WA….