I am pressing full steam ahead into retirement but I am not very good at it yet.
What’s new and been going on.
This is my blog post of outings, hikes, travel and maybe what is going on with me.
This was a very wet walk. I returned with Lori, Jeanette and Sylvia to show them the Graham Oaks Nature Park and Tonquin Trail that I had scouted a week earlier. This was also a chance to once again test our rain gear. We did a shorter route then I had done before because two …
An Exploratory walk of Graham Oaks Nature Park and the Northern part of the Tonquin Trail and South to Arrow Creek Park. I covered 7 3/4 miles in 3 hours and 45 minutes. Started out freezing cold but warmed up by the time I finished. This is the land of the labradoodle.
A walk through some of features at Fort Vancouver and along Vancouver Waterfront before Lunch.
I got bit by the photography bug when I was in high school. I use to tell people I was addicted to photography and if I went a few days without taking a photograph I would have withdrawal symptoms. Most of the photography I have done for the last 40 years has been done to fulfill other peoples photos needs. Towards the end of my career as a commercial photographer I did get burnt out. Now that I am retired look forward to trying to find the passion I had when I started in my own work.
You can see more of my commercial work Here.
My formal training was in photojournalism. The art of documenting and telling a story. But I always had a draw to nature photography. My blog post allow me to continue to tell photograph story while here I am placing a more artistic side.
You can see more of my work here.