Happy Daylight Savings Day. Whether you actually sprang forward this morning, when the alarm went off, or are just looking forward to the lengthening days, here's a quiet moment of contemplation for you, from our contributing photographer Gary Martin.
Welcome to Foglandia. Put a Mount Currie Coffee sticker on that? Gary Martin captures the moment the rain finally stopped. Ya, I think he's having a love affair with clouds right now. Take a look at his latest, on instagram, and tell me you don't agree. Happy Sunday, all.
This seems to be Gary Martin's schtick - posting photos on his instagram account that make people salivate and wish they lived here. I've read that the true power of creative work lies in what you leave out, in what you're able to cull away, to pare back, in order to let what remains hold … Continue reading 12 photos that will make you wish you lived in Pemberton, if you don’t already
Take it to the river. Your sorrow, your longing, your aching heart. The river, somehow, always seem to have the capacity to absorb it, and to keep on flowing. Gary Martin shares this image as his monthly contribution to our Wellness Almanac photo blog: An early morning moment of reflection and contemplation after some sad … Continue reading This is what it looks like to take solace by the river, with @garypmartin, photographer
In case you feel like howling, here's last week's supermoon, captured by our regular contributor Gary Martin. Feel free to let a little yawp rip through you.
You'd think, from his instagram account, that Gary Martin always has his head in the clouds. Having seen the way he tackles a training plan or a design job, I know that's not true, but I still wanted to ask him if he's like obsessive compulsive or something. What do you like about Instagram? I've … Continue reading Instagrammers of Pemberton: featuring @garypmartin
Not what the weather-man said, but we are not complaining. Gary Martin took a ride, and took a photo while he was at it. Here we are, September 6, the Labour Day long weekend, anticipating back to school, more snow in the alpine, and the turning of the seasons. How's your harvest going?
After competing in the IRONMAN last summer, Wellness Almanac contributor Gary Martin elected to volunteer this year. He was awarded Volunteer Captain Award, and shared his account of the highs and (plummeting temperature) lows behind the scenes on his website. With permission, that's reproduced here. Beep beep beep, beep beep beep, a 4am alarm call … Continue reading Behind the Scenes at IRONMAN Canada
Lighting up the night, that Festival... Caught by Gary Martin after a big hiking mission to get the shot.