I stumbled across these cars in a field in Nevada on a road trip to the Grand Canyon. They looked like they were part of a film set, so precisely lined up, ready to rumble into life and race off into the distance. There was such a dignity about them and a sadness too.
The long way down in kayak from the British Columbia CAN to the Skagit Valley in WA USA
A quiet day kayaking in the Buntzen Lake (BC Canada)
First sun light hit the Tantalus Range mountains.
The first attempt of kayaking in a remote area of a lake in BC Canada
A boat wreck at low tide in infrared. Mavic 2 Pro full spectrum converted, 28mm (equivalent) lens, Kolari Vision 720nm filter. 1/30th sec, f4, ISO 100
A derelict boat seen from above at low tide. Mavic 2 Pro, 28mm (equivalent) lens, Kolari Vision 550nm filter. 1/120th sec. at f4.0, ISO 100. Stitched panorama.
A river bank exposed at low tide. Mavic 2 Pro full spectrum converted, 28mm (equivalent) lens, 550nm Kolari Vision filter. 1/240th sec. at f4.0, ISO 100. Stitched panorama.
My Kolari Pocket comes with me whenever I go on my nature walks. This was captured on a nature trail not too far from my office, off of the beaten and worn path. Sometimes exploring pays off.
As the sun was setting, I wanted to capture an image with a bridge. Low light, and cold did not help, but here is the result
Another one of my favorite spots to take photos. A nice September late afternoon, the sun hit just oh so nicely between this foliage.
This one was a pleasant surprise in the editor