Monthly Archive: February 2015

iPhoneographer In Black

Permalink to iPhoneographer In Black By Jonathan | Published February 21, 2015

I captured this guy as he was reviewing the photos he had just taken on his iPhone of the fog that was blanketing English Bay in Vancouver. It’s a bit of a shame, in my opinion, but there’s no denying […]

Faces of Power

Permalink to Faces of Power By Jonathan | Published February 9, 2015

Sometimes it’s fun to take an everyday object and try to make it interesting. And if you can come up with a painfully clever title for it, so much the better.

‘Moon Base’ (Mt.-Haleakala)

Permalink to ‘Moon Base’ (Mt.-Haleakala) By Jonathan | Published February 8, 2015

I call it the Moon Base, because that’s what I felt like I was looking at while standing at the peak of Mt. Haleakala on Maui, Hawaii. Of course it really isn’t, it’s the Haleakala Observatory. In the photo everything […]

Twilight at Kentucky Lake

Permalink to Twilight at Kentucky Lake By Jonathan | Published February 5, 2015

Kentucky Lake is certainly a photogenic place, whether it’s just after a storm, or in the peaceful twilight as seen here. Kentucky Alleyne Provincial Park, Merritt, British Columbia This is the kind of place that makes you really appreciate the […]

Chemotherapy Journal

Permalink to Chemotherapy Journal By Jonathan | Published February 2, 2015

When I visited the BC Cancer Agency last week for my “chemo teach” session, I was given a very nice paper journal which I took as an indication that journaling was a popular and encouraged activity during chemotherapy treatment. Well, […]