Fog at the Foreshore

Chris Wright Photo Trips

While most Vancouverites were likely hoping the near week long fog would burn off on the weekend, I was actually hoping it would stay. Photographing in the fog presents some unique and desirable lighting conditions. As I drove over to Lighthouse on Saturday morning, I was pleased to see the fog remaining in the lower elevation areas. Arriving at the …

Lighthouse Park and Whytecliff Park

Chris Wright Photo Trips

The sunny and warm weather we had been promised on the south coast last week arrived on Saturday in full force.  It was almost jarring just how quickly the weather turned from the previous cool and damp conditions.  It was a full day on Saturday enjoying that fine weather, starting at Lighthouse Park just after 7am and finishing at Whytecliff Park near 9pm. …

Larson Creek and Lighthouse Park

Chris Wright Photo Trips

Larson Creek, located in the upper reaches of West Vancouver’s British Properties, is a mountain rainforest stream.  When I entered the forest mid-morning on Saturday, the trees were dripping from the morning’s rainstorm and the creek was flowing fast. These were perfect conditions for photography as I prefer overcast soft lighting given how reflective all of that water is. As I followed …