Posts Tagged ‘Mist’

Photography in Bad Weather – Tips and Techniques

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Let’s face it, the weather in most parts of the world is not always picture perfect. Where I live on the west coast of British Columbia, Canada we have our share of rain and what I like to call heavy mist. As a photographer what do we do to prepare ourselves for this? On a […]

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Fir Trees in Mist

Trees in Mist, Cowichan Valley, Vancouver Island

More trees and more mist. Our recent weather pattern has been somewhat predictable with lots of cloud, drizzle, rain and more rain. Also very predictable are the forests with clouds floating through them. As photogenic as this is I’m looking forward to spring being just around the corner.

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Float Homes at Genoa Bay

Funky Float Homes, Genoa Bay, Vancouver Island

Genoa Bay on southern Vancouver Island must be one of the most picturesque boating destinations in the Cowichan area offering good moorage, a marina and excellent food at the Genoa Bay Cafe. Equally as picturesque is the gorgeous 5km drive through farmland to access the bay from Maple Bay if coming by land. Genoa Bay […]

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Rain and Mist in the Cowichan

Richards Creek, Duncan, Vancouver Island, British Columbia

Another day, another photo. This one wasn’t as easy as some of the photos due to working on my boat and basically pretty dreary wet weather. At least the snow is gone! The drive down to Maple Bay (where my old boat is located) is very picturesque and I could easily stop every few moments […]

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Fir Trees in Mist

Fir Trees in Purple Mist, Cowichan Valley

I came home tonight to a very strange purple glow in the sky, the result of what was likely a very pretty sunset filtering through low fog that’s been building up as the snow melts. A quick shot here, I only had a few minutes to grab my camera and shoot. Serves me right for […]

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Mount Prevost

Sunrise from Mt. Prevost, Duncan, Cowichan Valley

I’ve been looking at Mount Prevost from my Duncan house for the past 2 years. I’ve watched paragliders jump from the flanks, storm clouds rolling in and lovely sunset and sunrise light bringing Mount Prevost to life or closing the mountain down for the night. Until this past weekend I never had ventured to where […]

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