Westwood Plateau and Seymour River

CK Wright Photo Trips

One of my favourite areas to photograph on the south coast, in terms of mountain streams, is the Westwood Plateau area of Coquitlam. There are numerous small creeks that flow between the neighbourhoods in small green belts. While I didn’t have long to photograph there (Saturday), I was able to obtain some good photos and videos of Scott Creek and …

Return to Green Lake

CK Wright Photo Trips

I have had some time to visit the Cariboo since my last visit in the fall.  I really like the Green Lake area as it seems to be one of the first areas to awaken from the winter. There is one spot in particular that is very exposed to the early year sun and has flowers already.  The aspen has …

Skating Cows

CK Wright Photo Trips

Yesterday I headed out to Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park for an afternoon photo shoot. On the western side of the park is an area I have only been through once, interesting given the number of trips I have made in the central and eastern sections of the park. I decided to access the park from the Gleneagles community of Cochrane to …

Gallery and Site Updates

CK Wright Web Site

As you have probably noticed, there have been several changes to the site in the last week. I decided to organize my galleries into four themes; Closeup & Macro, Landscape & Intimate Landscape, Industrial, and Spotlight. The first three are obvious as to their content, while the Spotlight gallery contains the most recent trip photos. The gallery re-organization will ensure that …

Johnston Canyon Winter Outing

CK Wright Photo Trips

I really like visiting Johnston Canyon (Banff National Park) in the winter as it offers great winter photographic opportunities. Today I headed off to Johnston Canyon early and spent the day taking some really good photos. The lower and upper waterfalls were nicely covered in ice and the adjacent forest was snow covered. The day started off cloudy and about …

South Coast: Cypress Falls Park

CK Wright Photo Trips

Yesterday I visited the Cypress Falls Park. It has been a while since I was here last, and I do enjoy the coastal mountain streams and forests. There was no ice or snow around so it made accessing the creek safe. The creek itself has lots of boulders and logs surrounded by moss covered trees (cedar, Douglas-fir, and hemlock) and …