Last week the City of Revelstoke received about 70cm of snow in 48 hours, causing all sorts of havoc on the Trans Canada Highway… Off the highway, city crews were out cleaning up the snow, (apparently a 25-year high single snowfall event), for days after, and the arterial and collector roads were passable through the […]
City of Revelstoke crews operating the vactor truck to locate a watermain break using hydro-excavation. [exif id=”7056″]
This week, I’m continuing my lessons for the homeschoolers on photography tips. The age range is from 8 to 16 years, and the topic is “Viewpoint and Perspective”. The idea is to keep the class short and sweet with obvious examples of photos that display the concepts being discussed. Following the lesson part, students present […]
Engineers seem to love rituals, but one unspoken engineering ritual that I love to partake in, is to view the greatest examples of engineering, great buildings, bridges, tunnels, canals and even sewer systems are all possible candidates worthy of reflection. But in my mind, and for many Civil Engineers, dams are an important pilgrimage ritual […]
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When you take lots of photos, inevitably, you’ll end up with archives, and photos that get lost in the stacks. Here are a selection of my favourite photos from my Flickr account. Best viewed fullscreen, for those with flash disabled, link to the slideshow here. You may recognize some of the photos from the CBT calendar or from images used on […]
My photo of Dutch Creek from last Christmas graces the cover of the Columbia Basin Trust's 2010 Desktop Calendar. I only found this out when I received five calendars and a Christmas card from the CBT staff thanking me for the photo!