Photography is a new hobby of mine. It started about 2 years ago when I bought a 1982 Canon AL-1 with a 35-70mm zoom lens. Since then I have tried and tried and tried to improve my photography skills. Although I do believe I am improving, I’m still lucky to get 3 good pictures out of a roll of 24. Recently I have had coffee with both Adrian from Smith’s School of English Hirakata and John from Smith’s School of English Kawanishi, both of whom are amazing photographers (and quasi role models of mine or “senpai”). Adrian takes a wide variety of photos, and I enjoyed looking at his photos, in particular his photography in Japan (excellent example HERE). John’s photography in Japan is usually of nature in Japan.
John has lots of pictures of other areas of the world, but his photography in Japan is especially appealing to me. Recently John has been highlighting the natural beauty and wildlife of the Kansai region, in particular within Osaka city proper. John has a keen eye and excellent photography skills. To view his recent Kansai area nature pictures, check these out:
So I have decided to highlight some of the natural beauty and wildilife of British Columbia, Canada. Although I do no have John’s photo taking skills nor his Nikon D3, I recently watched a great video about the natural beauty and wildlife of British Columbia. The video focuses on wildlife of BC’s Wild Coast. Although I am from Vancouver Island, I have only seen a few of the animals you can see in this video! Enjoy.
Beautiful British Columbia “Calling From The Coast: Exploring BC’s Wild Coast”
Edward, SSE Ohtsu