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This is the largest falls on the river. There doesn't seem to be an unobstructed
John Harvey Photo > Cypress Falls > Large Falls
Dried Pepper Wreath
This would make a nice addition to a hot and spicy kitchen. For a comparison, see the Japanese version.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Weekend in Seattle > Dried Pepper Wreath
I believe this is a recent addition. For comparison, a Japanese version a few hundred years old.
I came back 17 years later and took a photo from a similar spot. The rocks have moved a lot and some of the trees are much larger now.
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2023 to 2005 > March, 2005 > Japanese Garden
Mom Under Apple Blossoms
I took the same picture (inadvertently) two years later.
John Harvey Photo > Hatley Castle > Mom Under Apple Blossoms
Tufts Of Grass
These rocks are in the splash zone for the ocean, but would never be covered. Somehow the grass has a footing. This image looks somewhat like a photo of a roof.
John Harvey Photo > Botanical Beach > Tufts Of Grass
Lions Through The Trees
This is a HDR shot - two different exposures seemed together. Here is an earlier shot to show how technology has advanced.
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2023 to 2005 > December 2005 > Lions Through The Trees
Mt Norman View
This is my first High Dynamic Range Pano - using a few tricks I've learned for panotools.
I was here once before.
John Harvey Photo > Kayaking in the Gulf Islands > Mt Norman View
It's funny there is a strong resemblance to another photo takes a long way away.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Third Trip to Japan > Ebino Kohen > Roof Tiles
View From Mount Norman
This is a 7 shot panorama. To get a sense of distortion (this is getting close to 180 degrees), that brown/grey bits in the corners is a wooden guard rail. In real life, it's straight.
I've been here again since.
John Harvey Photo > Pender Island for the May Long Weekend > View From Mount Norman
Sun Low Over Horizon
The frost covered reeds were cool - the sun low on the horizon was kind of depressing because it was mid afternoon. I took a shot on a trip to Aristazabal Island that is similar in composition.
John Harvey Photo > Sun Low Over Horizon
The lions are visible on the Vancouver sky line - they are two volcanic cones (generally black) that
John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Hiking > Howe Sound Crest Trail & Black Mountain > Lions
Camp With Tents
We had two camp sites - these are the tents in the same site as the kitchen.
John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Camping > Porpoise Bay, Sechelt > Camp With Tents
Mark Getting Up
We are about to leave the camp site. I've come back from doing my laundry and Mark is eager to find a warm breakfast. I got the same effect a few years later.
Falls From Viewpoint
You can compare the winter version with this version.