Mt. Robson
Mt. Robson

The highest peak in the Canadian Rocky Mountains is Mt. Robson.

In 1990, the Mt Robson Provincial Park was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Farwell Canyon
Farwell Canyon

Located in the Chilcotin district of British Columbia, Farwell Canyon is known as "the place of landslides" for it's soft sandstone topography that change with every rain storm.

Waddington Range
Waddington Range

An aerial view of the Waddington Range in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia.

Views Over Nimpo Lake
Views Over Nimpo Lake

Nimpo Lake is located in the Chilcotin region of British Columbia.

"Two"
"Two"

The Textured Series

The textures of nature and finishing techniques give "Two" the unusual appearance of soft bark.

Limited Edition Print

Spirit of Light
Spirit of Light

Crepuscular rays are rays of light that can appear through fog, clouds or gaps in clouds. Also known as god rays, spirit rays, or heavenly rays, they are incredibly beautiful shafts of sunlight.

Limited Edition Print

"Into the Light"
"Into the Light"

Cool, green and inviting, our lives are enriched by our wanderings into the forests and glades, mountains and streams.

"Into the Light" is part of the Enchanted Pathways Collection.

DeBoville Reflection
DeBoville Reflection

Available on canvas.

Rain Tree
Rain Tree

The temperate rain forests of British Columbia defy our imaginations. With hundreds of varieties of mosses and lichen draping the trees, the forests become enchanting.

"Reliance"
"Reliance"

A frosting of new snow, a shaft of morning sunlight, a timeless scene in the Rocky Mountains.

Arbutus Tree
Arbutus Tree

The gnarled and ancient looking arbutus trees of the Pacific Northwest seemingly glow in the early morning light.

"Spirit in the Light"
"Spirit in the Light"

Crepuscular rays are rays of light that can appear through fog, clouds or gaps in clouds. Also known as god rays, spirit rays, or heavenly rays, they are incredibly beautiful shafts of sunlight.

Limited Edition Print

"Ghost Watch"
"Ghost Watch"

In the Gordon River Valley near Port Renfrew on Vancouver Island, remnants of old growth trees watch silently as clear cut logging practices still go on. Big Lonely Doug, the second largest tree in Canada at 230 feet high (69 meters) was left standing in this clear cut. Being able to see this area firsthand is both moving and disturbing. 

"Burnaby Mountain - Playground of the Gods"
"Burnaby Mountain - Playground of the Gods"

Burnaby Mtn Totems

"Deep in a Forest"
"Deep in a Forest"

British Columbia's old growth forests are deep, dark and lush.  Soft floors of moss and needles soften and mute sounds. The filtered green brings a sense of peace and being.

"Hudson Bay Flats"
"Hudson Bay Flats"
"Glenora Pathway"
"Glenora Pathway"

Enchanted Pathways Series

"Lynn Valley #2"
"Lynn Valley #2"
"Harrison Lake Nurse Tree"
"Harrison Lake Nurse Tree"
"Sunset Over Vancouver"
"Sunset Over Vancouver"
"Summer Skies"
"Summer Skies"

Summer time adds a gentle touch to the cloud formations here in British Columbia.

"Tulip Fields"
"Tulip Fields"
"Hazelnut Orchard #1"
"Hazelnut Orchard #1"

Central Tree

"Hazelnut Orchard #2"
"Hazelnut Orchard #2"

Disappearing Trees

"Maple Leaves in Snow"
"Maple Leaves in Snow"
Glenora Glow
Glenora Glow

The fall yellow of aspens seems to glow in the morning sunlight.

"Seven Sisters"
"Seven Sisters"
"Spider Trails"
"Spider Trails"

Enchanted Pathways Series

"Haunted"
"Haunted"
"Tweedsmuir Park"
"Tweedsmuir Park"
"Tell Me a Tale"
"Tell Me a Tale"

The Chairs

"Forest Pathway"
"Forest Pathway"

Enchanted Pathways Series

"Emerald Lake"
"Emerald Lake"

Emerald Lake is located in beautiful Yoho National Park. Mt Burgess is in the background of this image.

"Ice Tower"
"Ice Tower"
Ghost Ferns
Ghost Ferns

As winter approaches in British Columbia some fern varieties loose their colour and become "ghostly" before slowly returning back to the forest floor.

"Out of the Fire"
"Out of the Fire"

The Kelly Lake fire in 2009 was caused by lightening from a severe thunderstorm. Today charred trunks and fireweed live side by side.

"Winter Tree"
"Winter Tree"

Snow softly settles on the branches of a maple tree in early winter, highlighting the seeds that will start new life in the spring.

"Tree of Dreams"
"Tree of Dreams"

Moss covered trees sleeping quietly in streams, legends or dreams?

"Lunar Eclipse September 27, 2015"
"Lunar Eclipse September 27, 2015"

During a lunar eclipse the moon can take on dramatic colouration from bright orange to blood red, and the moon passes entirely inside Earth's umbral shadow.  The September 27th event coincided with a harvest moon. The next such event will not happen again until 2033.

Mt. Robson
Farwell Canyon
Waddington Range
Views Over Nimpo Lake
"Two"
Spirit of Light
"Into the Light"
DeBoville Reflection
Rain Tree
"Reliance"
Arbutus Tree
"Spirit in the Light"
"Ghost Watch"
"Burnaby Mountain - Playground of the Gods"
"Deep in a Forest"
"Hudson Bay Flats"
"Glenora Pathway"
"Lynn Valley #2"
"Harrison Lake Nurse Tree"
"Sunset Over Vancouver"
"Summer Skies"
"Tulip Fields"
"Hazelnut Orchard #1"
"Hazelnut Orchard #2"
"Maple Leaves in Snow"
Glenora Glow
"Seven Sisters"
"Spider Trails"
"Haunted"
"Tweedsmuir Park"
"Tell Me a Tale"
"Forest Pathway"
"Emerald Lake"
"Ice Tower"
Ghost Ferns
"Out of the Fire"
"Winter Tree"
"Tree of Dreams"
"Lunar Eclipse September 27, 2015"
Mt. Robson

The highest peak in the Canadian Rocky Mountains is Mt. Robson.

In 1990, the Mt Robson Provincial Park was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Farwell Canyon

Located in the Chilcotin district of British Columbia, Farwell Canyon is known as "the place of landslides" for it's soft sandstone topography that change with every rain storm.

Waddington Range

An aerial view of the Waddington Range in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia.

Views Over Nimpo Lake

Nimpo Lake is located in the Chilcotin region of British Columbia.

"Two"

The Textured Series

The textures of nature and finishing techniques give "Two" the unusual appearance of soft bark.

Limited Edition Print

Spirit of Light

Crepuscular rays are rays of light that can appear through fog, clouds or gaps in clouds. Also known as god rays, spirit rays, or heavenly rays, they are incredibly beautiful shafts of sunlight.

Limited Edition Print

"Into the Light"

Cool, green and inviting, our lives are enriched by our wanderings into the forests and glades, mountains and streams.

"Into the Light" is part of the Enchanted Pathways Collection.

DeBoville Reflection

Available on canvas.

Rain Tree

The temperate rain forests of British Columbia defy our imaginations. With hundreds of varieties of mosses and lichen draping the trees, the forests become enchanting.

"Reliance"

A frosting of new snow, a shaft of morning sunlight, a timeless scene in the Rocky Mountains.

Arbutus Tree

The gnarled and ancient looking arbutus trees of the Pacific Northwest seemingly glow in the early morning light.

"Spirit in the Light"

Crepuscular rays are rays of light that can appear through fog, clouds or gaps in clouds. Also known as god rays, spirit rays, or heavenly rays, they are incredibly beautiful shafts of sunlight.

Limited Edition Print

"Ghost Watch"

In the Gordon River Valley near Port Renfrew on Vancouver Island, remnants of old growth trees watch silently as clear cut logging practices still go on. Big Lonely Doug, the second largest tree in Canada at 230 feet high (69 meters) was left standing in this clear cut. Being able to see this area firsthand is both moving and disturbing. 

"Burnaby Mountain - Playground of the Gods"

Burnaby Mtn Totems

"Deep in a Forest"

British Columbia's old growth forests are deep, dark and lush.  Soft floors of moss and needles soften and mute sounds. The filtered green brings a sense of peace and being.

"Hudson Bay Flats"
"Glenora Pathway"

Enchanted Pathways Series

"Lynn Valley #2"
"Harrison Lake Nurse Tree"
"Sunset Over Vancouver"
"Summer Skies"

Summer time adds a gentle touch to the cloud formations here in British Columbia.

"Tulip Fields"
"Hazelnut Orchard #1"

Central Tree

"Hazelnut Orchard #2"

Disappearing Trees

"Maple Leaves in Snow"
Glenora Glow

The fall yellow of aspens seems to glow in the morning sunlight.

"Seven Sisters"
"Spider Trails"

Enchanted Pathways Series

"Haunted"
"Tweedsmuir Park"
"Tell Me a Tale"

The Chairs

"Forest Pathway"

Enchanted Pathways Series

"Emerald Lake"

Emerald Lake is located in beautiful Yoho National Park. Mt Burgess is in the background of this image.

"Ice Tower"
Ghost Ferns

As winter approaches in British Columbia some fern varieties loose their colour and become "ghostly" before slowly returning back to the forest floor.

"Out of the Fire"

The Kelly Lake fire in 2009 was caused by lightening from a severe thunderstorm. Today charred trunks and fireweed live side by side.

"Winter Tree"

Snow softly settles on the branches of a maple tree in early winter, highlighting the seeds that will start new life in the spring.

"Tree of Dreams"

Moss covered trees sleeping quietly in streams, legends or dreams?

"Lunar Eclipse September 27, 2015"

During a lunar eclipse the moon can take on dramatic colouration from bright orange to blood red, and the moon passes entirely inside Earth's umbral shadow.  The September 27th event coincided with a harvest moon. The next such event will not happen again until 2033.

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