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Will learning creativity making you less employable? Amie Le Blanc says Hell No, What’s Wrong With You People For Even Suggesting That?!

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I’m going to be dramatic and say that my heart broke today. It wasn’t in the romantic sense or the grief-stricken sense, but from pure disappointment. My heart broke when I heard classmates attempting… Continue reading

Sailor’s Delight, No Ships in Sight. Amie Le Blanc caught last weekend’s sunset. It was worth throwing back to.

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A Throwback Thursday moment, to last weekend’s incredible sunset that filed my Facebook and instagram feeds with crowd-shared awe, and that Amie Le Blanc was happily in town for, and able to capture… Continue reading

Confessions of your local Bartender

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I have a story about the Pemho. The one and only “bar” in town. Affectionately (maybe?) coined the ‘Pemho’ after the Pemberton Hotel and the wit that comes about after a few beers.… Continue reading

New Year. New Me.

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New year, new me. So cliche. But I can’t help but grin a little bit when I say it, because it’s kind of true. I’m starting a new adventure this year, and it’s definitely… Continue reading

When snowflakes amass, amazing things happen

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  Amie said she was a bit short on inspiration this week, so she went for a walk around One Mile Lake, and found enough inspiration to spread around in spades with a… Continue reading

That time last week that Amie Le Blanc traded rain for sand dunes in Dubai

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Every year, I make sure to take a much needed time out at the end of every wedding season. This time, I went to Dubai! It was a totally surreal experience and I thought… Continue reading

Hey mamas, get yourselves in front of the lens.

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Do you know what I hear a lot? “I have almost no photos of myself with my children”. What?! You’re with them practically 24/7. You’re together for every adventure, every milestone, and every… Continue reading

What we don’t necessarily think about when we talk about logging… Amie LeBlanc gives a clearer picture

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What do you think of when someone mentions “logging”? When I was growing up in Pemberton, I often heard very strong opinions about the industry; some said it was unnecessary and harmful, while… Continue reading

Swinging out of summer: a photo gallery from Amie Le Blanc

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Sometimes it’s not about the “where” in photos, but the “what” that makes it priceless. Sure, mountains are gorgeous. Lakes and waterfalls are breathtaking. But they sure aren’t going to entertain a 7… Continue reading

The high point of summer? Amie Le Blanc captures moments you want to bottle, and keep forever, at the Father Daughter Dance

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I didn’t take this photo on top of a mountain or on the beach at sunset, but it just might be my favourite shot from the entire summer. I  snapped this photo at… Continue reading

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