Sunday, November 9, 2014

A Couple That Plays Together, Stays Together!

Our friend, Ken Kiefer, made these fanciful images of Kathryn and I during our September trip to Tiger Beach in the Bahamas. Check out Ken's work at:

Friday, November 7, 2014

Facebook Black & White Photo Challenge.

Both Kathryn and I received challenges. Here are the images Kathryn posted on Facebook.

In Venice, a gypsy woman begging along the approach to a busy bridge.

 Carnival masks in Venice.

At a fruit stand minutes away from the Roman Colosseum.

Shopping along the Left Bank, Paris.

Jett with a cherubic sculpture on the Pont Alexandre III bridge, Paris.

Nitty, Gritty, Dirty And In Your Face!

Diving and photographing tiger sharks in the Bahamas is an absolute blast!!

Adams River Sockey Salmon Run.

During September and October, the quiet banks of Adams River, British Columbia (405km inland from the Pacific Ocean), becomes the scene of a natural miracle. This is when sockeye salmon make their way back to the gravel beds of the Adams River, the place of their birth, to spawn and die. 2014 was a dominate run year, so we went there this year to photograph some of this natural wonder. Here are some of the images we made.

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Shark & Awe In The Bahamas.

“He (She) who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead; their eyes are closed.” ~ Albert Einstein.

Kathryn Britnell experiences tiger sharks up close in their ocean realm for the first time.