As I make my way around the BC coast, especially at low tide I always keep an eye out (and my head tilted to one side) for something unexpected to leap out at me. I don’t mean something living, but something visual, something ‘artistic’ – a form of natural art provided by mother nature herself. Often on the normal plane of view (above) the images don’t necessarily leap out at you, but when you turn them on their side (below) you see a whole different image. That’s what happened with this shot, I only saw it for a brief second as I motored past in a small inflatable I was driving and instantly stopped and grabbed my camera. With my head tilted to one side, the pile of fallen logs and branches quickly and visually reminded me of the saying ‘heart of the great bear rainforest’.
What Can I Find For You Today?
Where You Can Find Me:
17 – 19 Nov All Decked Out, Parksville BC
25 – 26 Nov Toy & Craft Fair, Campbell River BC
01 – 10 Dec Driftwood Mall, Courtenay, BC
28 Jan 2018 Wildlife Photography Workshop, Comox, BC
15 Mar 2018 CV Alumnae, Courtenay, BC
25 Oct 2018 Lantzville Probus, Lantzville, BC
More to follow soon…
Work On Display
Ben Davies Financial Planning, Beaufort Ave, Comox BC - Various Images in an Ongoing Display
Vancouver Island Visitor Centre, Courtenay, BC - Prints & Books available for sale
Discovery Marine Safaris - Campbell River, BC - Images on Display