Imagine the awe and wonder that must have gripped early explorers as they stumbled upon Blind Channel, British Columbia, without the luxury of today’s navigational aids.
Even modern mariners find themselves questioning their charts while searching for the narrow, tree-lined entrance to this tranquil haven. On board our 1976 CHB Trawler, I explore the skies above and the sea below Blind Channel with drone and underwater photography and video.
The dream is finally here – I am back to boating in British Columbia! We purchased our new trawler, our new adventure home on the water, had a shake-down cruise to make sure everything was working as expected, and then embarked on a 10 day cruise to get the boat to Campbell River, BC, where we spend our summers in the RV.
Things are happening again. Not that things stopped happening, I just didn’t have enough energy to care about them very much let alone write about them. The past 4.5 years since I got sick have been a challenging journey, both…
The Sonoran Desert in Southern Arizona has a special place in my heart. In my latest video, “Sonoran Desert: Ajo’s Backcountry in Time and Motion,” I want to take you on a visual journey of this captivating landscape.
Using drone photography at the Salton Sea, I was able to capture vibrant colours and unique layers of vegetation, barnacles, and mud in a way that is impossible from the ground. Enjoy my aerial photography and video from the Salton Sea.