Log booms in the Shoal Islands, Chemainus River Estuary, Chemainus Valley. Vancouver Island aerial photography, British Columbia

Log Booms, Shoal Islands, Chemainus River Estuary. Vancouver Island aerial photos.

Log booms stored in the Shoal Islands, Chemainus River Estuary, Chemainus Valley. Vancouver Island aerial photography, British Columbia, Canada.

Kevin Oke Photography provides up to date aerial images of Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands and the Sunshine Coast and the Lower Mainland in British Columbia, Canada. All of our aerial images are available as photographic prints through Zenfolio as well as high resolution digital files for commercial uses. If you are not able to find the photographs you are searching for please e-mail us for additional details. We also provide aerial pictures on an assignment basis throughout the southern British Columbia area. High-definition aerial videos are also available by request.

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