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    Sunset photographs from the mouth of the Trent River in Royston, Vancouver Island, BC last night. Gorgeous light, dramatic clouds.

    Photographed with a Fuji X-T1, XF 10-24mm lens.

    05/23/15

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    Trent River Estuary

    Really waffled tonight trying to figure out the best place to catch the evening light at sunset and almost left it too late. I was on my way to Comox when I turned around and thought to try the Courtenay estuary - half way to the trail out through the marsh when I second guessed myself again and thought that the Trent would be a better bet. Got to the beach about 20 minutes before the sun went below the horizon - enough time to find some interesting driftwood to photograph against the dramatic clouds rolling in from the west. This photograph is from later, just as the sun was going down and the soft warm light lit up a smaller piece of driftwood in the beach grass very nicely. I’ve got several other driftwood compositions but I liked this one the best - it’s a bit more intimate somehow and the grass poking above the horizon works for me. Stuck around until about 9:30 or so until the light was done. More photos coming later.

    Fuji X-T1, post processed in Lightroom.

    05/23/15

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    Point Holmes

    I thought I’d try Kye Bay tonight and catch some big clouds but when I got there the sky was mostly clear and the tide was in so very little beach to work with. As an alternate I walked along the beach towards Point Holmes, hoping to pick up some interesting rocks as foreground objects - I’ve never walked in this direction from Kye Bay so had no idea what to expect. The first stretch of beach was mostly clear and backed by the high sandy bluffs (eroding dramatically in places). Once I got around the corner though I worked through to this beach choked with driftwood and did most of my shooting there. It’s a beautiful little beach and almost feels remote - I was the only one out there, ran into one person heading out on my way back in.

    Fuji X-T1, VSCO Kodak Porta 160 film profile.

    05/22/15

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