Kanaka Creek Regional Park – Cliff Falls

Chris Wright Photo Trips

Yesterday evening I headed over to Maple Ridge to photograph the water falls along Kanaka Creek in the Kanaka Creek Regional Park, Cliff Falls section. I have photographed here before, though it has been over 15 years. The lighting was perfect when I arrived with the canyon in the shade, though it did make for some long exposures. Flowing water …

RV’ing and Fleeting Scenes

Chris Wright Photo Trips

I had the opportunity to explore and photograph more of the Cariboo with an invite to go RV’ing with a friend. While I have explored various sections of BC through tent camping, I was very interested in trying out the RV method. The advantage with camping is the ability to quickly access areas in changing light and weather. When you …

Lynn Creek and Rice Lake

Chris Wright Photo Trips

The Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve (LSCR) is one of the first areas that I photographed when I started pursuing photography back in the early 90s. Close to the parking lot is the beautiful and photogenic Rice Lake. This lake was actually used as a water storage reservoir in the early days of Metro Vancouver’s water system. One of the best …

Capilano River

Chris Wright Photo Trips

Bordering between the District of North Vancouver and West Vancouver is the Capilano River. While the river has been dammed, the lower canyon section remains with its light to medium tone rock walls and inky green water. I have not photographed the Capilano in over 10 years so today I decided to spend the morning there. I parked at the …

The Road to Likely

Chris Wright Photo Trips

Located to the northeast of Williams Lake and southeast of Quesnel is the town of Likely, population 350. This town is part of the Cariboo gold rush trail and numerous old buildings dot the landscape along the paved road which starts in 150 Mile House and winds it way northeast to the town.  This was my first visit to the …