November 18th, 2019 — The second world war searchlight tower on Tower Beach at UBC.
January 11th, 1980 — The assignment was to get bench shots of Seattle Breakers players during their game against the New Westminster Bruins in Queens Park Arena but for some reason the picture that ran in the paper is the one above showing #17 John Neeld being congratulated by Tim Hunter after scoring the winning goal in overtime. Neeld never made it to the NHL but Hunter did playing over 800 games in a 16 year career. The bench shots are below with only one, the first, identifiable as possibly John Neeld.
April 1999 — Emma, the cat, sitting on a bird bath waiting for lunch.
November 12th, 2019 — Homeless tent on Wreck Beach.
Circa 1998 — Log boom heading up Howe Sound west of Gambier Island.
Circa 1997 — The Queen of Nanaimo crossing the Strait of Georgia with a small power boat in its wake and the ocean brown from Fraser River spring runoff.
Circa 1986 — River rafting on the Thompson river downstream of Ashcroft.
Circa 1983 — The soon to be demolished Georgia Viaduct from south of Pacific Blvd sometime in 1983.
Circa 2001 — Fence on Langley Road above Vesuvius Beach on Salt Spring Island photographed with a 4×5 view camera using Tri X film.
November 2nd, 2019 — Seventy year old Ian Parker on his way to a 9th place finish in the Men’s Master B class at this year’s Queens Cyclocross race at Queens Park in New Westmnster. More pictures from the race can be found HERE or by clicking on the above picture. It’s OK to share or download pictures from the cyclocross galleries.