Vancouver, British-Columbia, Canada
Canon EOS 40D | ISO 400 | 10mm | 5 sec | F/6.3
Vectorial Elevation is a large-scale temporary public art installation comprised of 20 robotic 10,000-watt searchlights that illuminates Vancouver’s English Bay throughout the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. The light patterns can apparently be seen from 15 kilometres away.
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Canon EOS 40D | ISO 640 | 200mm | 1/640 sec | F/5.6
What a day at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics! I shot over 1800 frames in a single day — and it could have been a lot more if the weather had cooperated…
This is my best frame from the short track event I attended at the Pacific Coliseum. It’s from the Men’s 1500m short track semi-final. Jung-Su Lee from Korea won the gold medal. The image is pretty much straight out of the camera with minor exposure and white balance adjustments – it’s not even cropped!Read More»
On route from Seattle to Chicago, USA
Panasonic DMC-LX3 | ISO 80 | 1/1000 sec | F/4.0
An hommage of sort to Julieanne Kost’s book “Window Seat”…
I always ask for a window seat when I fly, plan where I’ll sit based on the anticipated light direction and keep at least a point and shoot camera handy at all times. This was one of roughly 150 images I snapped while flying to Montreal on Christmas eve. The snow dusting covering and enhancing the relief features made for some beautiful abstract images in the late afternoon light…
Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
Canon EOS 40D | ISO 400 | 100mm | 1/800 sec | F/7.1
Frigatebirds are fascinating birds that can stay aloft for over a week at a time. They are also “kleptoparasitic” and like to steal their food (and nesting materials) from other birds — including other frigates as seen in this picture.