Ruby Lake, Sunshine Coast, BC

Some cool Vancouver BC images:

Ruby Lake, Sunshine Coast, BC
Vancouver BC
Image by nunavut
it looks fine for a swim, but since this is January .. and it’s 5 degrees C, I’d say looks are deceiving !

The Olympic Cauldron in Vancouver
Vancouver BC
Image by Duncan Rawlinson
The Olympic Cauldron as shot through the original fence.

A Bird in Vancouver
Vancouver BC
Image by Michael Whyte


16 Responses to “Ruby Lake, Sunshine Coast, BC”

  1. icemanuk says:

    Great capture Ash!

  2. Ken Dyck says:

    Nice composition.

  3. miss604 says:

    Hi, I’m an admin for a group called Miss604 Photo Pool for Metro Vancouver, and we’d love to have this added to the group!

  4. Shutter Man says:

    Fantastic shot.

  5. photodreamz_ says:

    Sweet. Too bad its fenced in now.

  6. causticchick says:

    Gorgeous!

  7. Duncan Rawlinson says:

    This was taken through the ridiculous fence.

  8. mavarley says:

    this photo is bloody brilliant. Well Done!

  9. xasdrd says:

    Brilliant shot. How did you process this ? I love the effect

  10. Duncan Rawlinson says:

    Thx everyone. @xasdrd it’s just an HDR…

  11. blackintrovert says:

    So amazing!

  12. HighChanceCriminal says:

    HDR + Olympic cauldrons = Internet break. It’s way cool

  13. michael_minter says:

    Nice sharp image, well done.

  14. like.a.rainstorm says:

    ** This was voted a maybe from Hit, Miss, Maybe, WHY? **

    It’s got lovely sharp focus, but it’s missing something. I think a tighter crop would help so I can see the eye clearer… all the blue takes away from where the focus should be – on the bird. You could also tweak the curves just a tad in Photoshop just to avoid that slight dull colour it has.

  15. rEisTaRz says:

    ** This was voted a Hit from Hit, Miss, Maybe, WHY? **

    nice composition and it brings ur attention right to the bird 🙂

  16. JanneO™ says:

    ** This was voted MAYBE from Hit, Miss, Maybe, WHY? **

    The composition and atmosphere are great but the colours and tones are quite flat making the bird almost disappear into the background. Just a little bit of tweaking in photoshop and it will be a HIT…;)