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Exploring the Cariboo - The Marble Range

The dazzling Marble Range towers over the countryside in the Southwest Cariboo.  The stretch between Kelly and Big Bar Lakes provides some glorious views.  I even managed to do a little hiking.  37 more words

British Columbia

Exploring the Cariboo - The Fraser

The Fraser River runs through the Cariboo destined for Vancouver and the Georgia Strait. The climate turns dry, hot and dusty. Very cool for someone who hails in the Wet Coast. 33 more words

British Columbia

Landscapes and Micro 4/3

As much as I like my Olympus OMD EM1 and its inherent benefits (lightweight, flexible, weather resistant, less expensive lenses, etc.), it does have one serious drawback, I think, for anyone who takes a lot of landscape type photographs.   934 more words

NY's Finger Lakes Region

Exploring the Cariboo

I was away most of June and more recently back to work. As such I’ve had little time for this journal. The good news is I have plenty of photos to present. 73 more words

British Columbia

Underwater Photography and Video: 1" Sensor Compacts vs Micro Four Thirds

I am just back from the Red Sea underwater photography workshop hosted by Alex Mustard, this time I took the Panasonic GX7 with me instead of the Sony RX100 Mark II. 796 more words


Making the switch from Nikon to Olympus

Making the switch from Nikon to Olympus

For those of you that have a Nikon, Canon, Pentax, or Sony you can relate when I mention the weight of packing around your camera body as well as several lenses is quite heavy.   347 more words

Sigma 70-300 Lens

Panasonic GX7 with 14-42 Kit Lens with deepshot zoom gear in macro port 35

The Panasonic GX7 comes as standard with the LUMIX G VARIO 14-42mm / F3.5-5.6 II ASPH. / MEGA O.I.S. in UK.


The camera is available at £467 with £50 cash back from Amazon, during Christmas the cash back was £100. 1,080 more words