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Junepix 9: AFS · This acronym is much-used among pho­tog­ra­phers around here. “A” is for “another” and “S” for “sunset”. Be­ing on the left side of a land mass will do that to you ...
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Morning Over Mountains · Be­ing a pho­to of the sun’s rays spilling over the moun­tains on­to Howe Sound, tak­en from a boat pulling out of Horse­shoe Bay ...
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Cottage Life I: Logs · I think that life in gen­er­al and this space in par­tic­u­lar would ben­e­fit from more of an out­door fla­vor; words and pic­tures root­ed in Na­ture. Our re­cent ac­qui­si­tion of a piece of Keats Is­land, should make this eas­ier. Wel­come to Cot­tage Life. Any piece of Pa­cif­ic North­west wa­ter­front is go­ing to in­clude a lot of logs ...
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Cottagers! · Now we’re re­al Cana­di­an­s. As of June 11th, Lau­ren and I own a cot­tage on Keats Is­land (Wikipedia, map, keat­sis­land.net). The con­se­quences in­clude a sud­den in­ter­est in remote-area In­ter­net op­tion­s ...
Howe Sound Day · We spent Sun­day trav­el­ing with friends and vis­it­ing their cot­tage on Keats Is­land, a small­ish dot on the coastal British-Columbia map. The body of wa­ter around it is called Howe Sound, and if you’ve tourist­ed around here you’ve seen it out of the left side of your car on the first part of the way to Whistler, or the right side when al­most home. Keats’ pop­u­la­tion in win­ter is maybe fifty; but then a thou­sand on cer­tain sum­mer long week­end­s. The Is­land and Sound are pho­to­genic ...
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