A very high resolution version of this image is available for printing. It may also be licensed for a variety of uses (there’s lots of room for text; it works as a panorama photograph; works as a square, works as a vertical etc.) Contact me for more information.
This image of a stunning day at Long Beach has been added to the Prints page.
The Salish Eagle‘s first scheduled run to/from Saltspring Island. The ship sports Coast Salish artist John Marston’s stunning red eagle drawings.
In the image above, the Eagle has left its first stop at Otter Bay, Pender Island and is heading towards Mayne Island and Active Pass.
The Eagle will be joined in the Southern Gulf Islands – Tsawwassen runs by sistership Raven this fall. The Salish class vessels seem bight, spacious and very quiet…compared to the Queen of Nanaimo.
The new natural gas powered vessels each carry aproximately 138 cars and up to 600 passengers and crew.
I’m a big fan of a fresh start. Ahead is great direction to travel. What you’ve learned stays with you. And what you want to achieve becomes your clear focus.
Like this image, my focus is crisp on where I want to travel; the rest makes for a lovely background.
I’ve reduced my commercial photography clients to a point where I expect to devote up to half my time to making fewer, and finer images—most of which will end up as prints. This is a sea change for me and a transformation I’ve been looking forward to.
It may not be all Foxgloves and Daisies ahead, but that just adds to the challenge.