There is nothing like cruising up a remote river or or to an ocean estuary. The Skeena region of BC is one the last untouched areas where there are untouched river valleys with no roads or development. The odds of seeing other boats or people is very low on some of the days. I thought I would put in a … Read More
BTW We still have a few seats left in our 2015 Ghost Towns Tour of which Anyox is one of the destinations ( that we stay over night in) Another followup from yesterdays photos of the Anyox Dam. Here is an interesting story that Global News did on Anyox. http://globalnews.ca/news/1473140/ghost-town-mysteries-the-stolen-light-bulbs-of-anyox-b-c/ Here is a website from the Anyox hydro … Read More
On our Ghost Towns Tour one of the highlights is visiting the Anyox Dam. What is more amazing is that it is non the middle of nowhere. We drive a few km’s up a dirt road from the townsite of Anyox and out of nowhere appears this massive structure. By attending this tour you would be one of the lucky … Read More
Enroute to our coastal estuaries we will photograph the marine life that is around. Here are a couple of photos of seals and marine birds.
To access three of the remote Ghost Towns we drive two hrs north of Terrace, BC and then board a yacht that takes us down the magnificent observatory inlet for a three hour ocean cruise. Here are a photos of the group aboard the very comfortable ship.
Bears have to be one of the most photographed animals in BC and always seem to hold a certain mystique with photographers. Then comes the elusive Grizzly Bear which is our “King of the Forest”. We will do our best to provide the participants with an opportunity to photograph a grizzly bear. The odds of seeing one is quite good … Read More
One of the stops on our Ghost Towns Tour is the 1908’s mining town of Kitsault. If you miss that 80’s decor, wood panelling and pasty yellow appliances then this tour is for you. You can sleep in your own 1980’s decorated room. This town of 1200 was only inhabited for 2 yrs before closing in the early 80’s but … Read More
On last years Jet Boat Photography Trip were lucky enough to have Ute Wilder come along. Ute is a lovely lady with a passion for adventure & photography. I though I would share a few quote and photos from Ute. “The many waterfalls along the rivers were amazing” “Coming home to the comfortable Lodge ,[overlooking the Skeena river] and … Read More
The Skeena / Terrace area is known for its rain and misty days that occur regularly throughout the year. Last year we had one one of those days. It did not pour rain just a light drizzle that added more water to the hundreds of waterfalls and the low level cloud that moved up and down the river. I thought … Read More
If you like cascading waterfalls of all shapes and sizes then the “Jet Boat Photography Tour” will not disappoint. Your senses will go into overload as we round every corner on the river. Waterfalls cascade from every notch and cliff high above the boat. we also stop at afew spots to get those “creamy” slow mo photo opportunities. Here … Read More
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