Friday, November 7, 2014

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.