Author Archives: Ryan Donald

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Gastown In The Rain

I will be using this as a screen saver. Was on the prowl for some great backdrops for some photo shoots today. Gastown is seriously the most amazing backdrop in itself. thought this would be […]

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Spiders…..shiver

This was a teeny tiny spider. I managed to get close enough to see some pattern and the hairs on its translucent legs…And I think it’s eating something there. Waiting for dinner.

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My favourite photos today….I think I was actually moved by them.

We all deserve to have someone look us in the eye and listen completely… And the joy of having the rain wash it all away.

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Some People On The Block …and a Pigeon

here pigeon pigeon pigeon…. Walter White mural. I liked this because it seemed the paint on his clothes was camouflaging him into the wall. Do the hokey pokey He seemed so content.

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Flash Fun In Fort Langley

So, I have never been fully comfortable using my Canon Speedlite 430EX II . It’s a flash that can be mounted on the camera or used remotely off camera (it reads the on-camera flash and […]

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Eerie Forest Creatures

I love looking at the root formations in the woods. These made me think of fingers of the trees, holding onto the forest floor. More fingers   Is that a face in the middle??? And […]

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Sandhill Crane

I like the shapes this beauty was shifting into. It was preening and calmly wandering around.  Having a sip of water Perhaps a little camera shy. This turned out kinda cute. 

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Old & New Growth

  Flowers are beautiful in their birth, their life, and in their death. I wanted to share vibrant colour, simple colour, and no colour here. I hope you enjoy.

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Spring into black and white

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Vancouver Seeds….well they were in Vancouver..and they were seeds

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