Much of Meager dropped into the valley at the beginning of August seven years ago and the result is still very evident. We flew up there that morning and I remember it like it was yesterday. We knew something had happened but had no idea of the scale and when we flew around the last … Continue reading Remember the Meager mudslide
Tundra Lake in the Stein is really this amazing colour - I haven't tweaked the colour at all. It's one of the amazing places I've been lucky enough to see (more than a few times) while on tasks with Pemberton SAR. It's absolutely stunning - I've never seen anything like it. ~ Words and image … Continue reading Tundra Lake, as captured by Dave Steers
Mid September, Dave Steers took the helm of our instagram account, and we thought this week would be a neat opportunity to run a daily feature of the photos he shared. Just in case you missed them. Especially since it was his first and only week on instagram. Stay tuned daily for the story behind … Continue reading Photo feature: Dave Steers’ week on instagram
You can't be what you don't see. I had this epiphany the other day. (Don't bother sitting down for it. I'm a pretty slow learner.) I would love for my kid to be a multilingual musician - music and languages being fluencies I'm interested in, but don't have. But, it occurred to me that signing … Continue reading If you love something, show your kids. Dave Steers’ feature photo today is just one more example of starting ’em young
Pretty as a picture. So goes the saying. And when an app can render a photograph of the Pemberton Valley as a painting, you kind of see where the saying comes from. Thanks to Dave Steers for sharing his work. Flashback to earlier posts for other renderings of local scenery: Nairn Falls splintering into a … Continue reading Prettiest valley in the world? It just might be. Dave Steers offers exhibit A to make the case.