Saturday, February 19, 2011

The Great Divide

In early winter I traveled to Kimberley, in south eastern British Columbia. Our Province offers such amazing variety, and this area is no exception. The massive Rocky Mountains loom on the horizon, while Kimberley entertains with its vibrant Bavarian community. Just up the road is the tiny town of Skookumchuck. Who could resist a place with a name like that?

Marysville Falls


Hahas Lake

Mill At Skookumchuck

Touched By Fire

Misty Mountain Top

Copyright 2011, Kathy Neudorf

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Westminster Abbey

More experiments, this time at Westminster Abbey, home of Mission's Benedictine Monks. Although not far from an urban center, this serene property exists in a world of its own. Even in winter, the pastoral landscape has a warm glow, and the interior of the cathedral soars with transcendent grace.



Copyright 2011, Kathy Neudorf

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

What's An HP315?

This is a burning question! The Hewlett Packard 315 was my first digital camera, circa 2002. It had 2 whopping megapixels, and an image resolution of 1600 x 1200 - prehistoric by today's standards. This is the camera that introduced me to photography, and as such it deserves recognition. There is a certain charm in the delicate colors of these tiny files. Most of the pictures were taken during various trips to the United States. I'm noticing a distinct water theme here - clearly those seeds were sown a long time ago.

Sea Foam

Buoy on the Beach

Silver Lake

Rialto Red

Sawtooth Sunset

Sidney Marina

Clouds Over Lake Crescent

Lillooet Field

Fishing the Salmon

St. Augustine Beach

Kalaloch Sunset

Couple at Santa Monica

Dungeness Spit

Copyright 2011, Kathy Neudorf