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All images by Dave Ingram are copyright protected but are available for sale in digital format as either NEF RAW, TIFF or high quality JPEG files. Fees generally start at $50/one time use but vary depending on the circulation, image size and placement in the publication. Digital prints produced from the files are also suitable for framing. If you are interested in using any of my images on the web please contact me first before doing so. In most cases if you provide a link back and a photo credit I’ll be willing to allow you to use my photographs on-line under a Creative Commons license – but please contact me first!

As a environmental educator, I do support non-profit, educational use of my images. If you are interested in purchasing any of my images or need further information please contact me.

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All images and writing by Dave and Jocie Ingram are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 Canada License.

 

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    A female feral cart carrying its young or something more sinister? I’ll leave that up to your imagination.

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    Tug

    There’s an old tug boat down at the Comox Marina, lots of character, fun to photograph shooting into the light of the setting sun. Missed the focus by just a fraction, but still reasonably happy with the composition, texture and light in this image.

    Fuji X100S, post processed using Silver Efex Pro 2.

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    This is a crop of a larger image - I liked the spacing of the objects and the back lighting of the hair products in this cabinet and decided to crop it tighter.
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    06/27/15

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