Cape Flattery – a place that flatters with its beauty

“…there appeared to be a small opening which flattered us with the hopes of finding an harbour…” – James Cook, 1778 When we come back from our photography trips and look through our photos, we realize our favourite images often come from unplanned locations. Initially, we hadn’t planned to visit Neah Bay and Cape Flattery [...]

The show of light and mist at Hurricane Ridge

While planning our photography trips we take into account multiple variables: the distance from the hotel to the shooting location, accessibility, weather, time of the sunrise/sunset, direction of the sun and even the likely number of tourists.   Before leaving for Olympic National Park we knew that Hurricane Ridge would be one of the locations we [...]

The God of Bears and Mountains Watching Over Vancouver

One of our favourite places to watch the sunset in the Vancouver area is Burnaby Mountain Park. Although the place offers spectacular views and a relaxed atmosphere, it is not our favourite place for photography. As you know, Kasia and I are always searching for less popular or even unknown places but each day on [...]

Early Mornings – When the God of Light Smiles on Photographers

I have to admit I love mornings especially at the weekend when places and people are still asleep. Waking up when it is still dark doesn’t bother me, in fact quite the opposite. Excitement and the unknown light, conditions, places and even the people I might encounter keep me on the go. Whether you shoot [...]