Before we hit Kispiox we played the Alpenhorn in Smithers. Here’s a decapitated Blaine on the stairs behind the pub.
From the same evening on the way to Kispiox. We were discussing photography and taking pictures of the night sky, and so I took one, just to show how it was done. Trees are lit by the evening’s fire.
On the drive to Kispiox we stayed at Bear Lake Provincial Park. We got there just before sunset, which was spectacular. Of course, as I made the way along the dark shoreline, I stepped into the water a couple times, but the shots I got were worth it.
If you’ve come here looking for another shot that escaped my notice last year, you’ll have to look elsewhere. This post is specifically written for her. Right there. Yes, you, over there, behind that computer monitor. Don’t look like that, you know I’m talking to you. You just sort of clicked here looking for a wedding photographer, right? That means you’re getting married, right?
Then this post is for you, as it is for all brides in Northern BC and Alberta.
I’ve long had this feeling that brides in Northern BC and Alberta have long been underserved online. There are very few places for brides to find out information about vendors, to read what other brides have to say about their experiences, and to meet with those other brides.
I am considering changing this. But I want to know how you (yes, I’m still talking to you; stop pretending you’re not there.) feel on the issue. I’m not a bride-to-be. I’m, well, I’m a guy, and I like technology, and I may be seeing issues where none exist.
Do you feel like there aren’t any websites dedicated to you? Or are you happy with the state of things? Either way, I want to hear from all the brides in the Peace Region, and find out what it is, if anything would make your wedding planning easier.
So, if you have a few minutes, you can fill out this questionnaire. But really, the questions are just a beginning. The idea behind the site is social: a chance for people to get together virtually or in reality, and communicate. So I invite you to call or email me with your ideas, too, especially if they don’t fit nicely into the questionnaire I have prepared. The questionnaire, and contact information, is found here.
On the drive to Trevor and Lissa’s wedding, the fog and low clouds made the landscape dark and moody. This is Gwillim Lake. By the time I hit Chetwynd, the clouds were gone.
You would have thought it would be warmer out in early summer in Tumbler Ridge, but no, the day Heavy Things played the golf course patio, it was just about freezing. But hoodies and lots of jumping up and down kept Ray warm at least. Here he considers his mic.
This is not my picture. Colette took this one. It’s is from the high school grad. I love this moment.
Here’s one of those regret moments. Last summer, the tree planters were in town, and I was trying to set up a date to go out with them and take pictures, but it never quite worked. Ah well, here is one of the tree planters (yes, she’s a tree planter and not, say, a model) at the church picnic.
Aiden, back during the Kindergarden convection, or graduation, or whatever it was they celebrated the last day of school.