Photo Gallery


2008 will probably mark one of the coldest and snowiest years that we have seen in the Fraser Valley and Lower Mainland of British Columbia. Although we never broke any records, the cold temperatures and snow never left after each snowfall.


With such a long winter, spring of 2009 took off with a sputter and never really started until early May. Nonetheless it finally got here. these are taken around the end of March and Early May.


The day was cool and it did rain out just as the parade finished, but nonetheless there was a large turn out. Most of the photos were bad due to the low light conditions. I took most of the images holding the camera above my head.

Late May in Fort Langley 2009

What can I say--the sudden onset of a late May heatwave made taking good quality images an excuse for a late afternoon walk over to a friend\'s house. I need more days like this one. I good way to capture the Fort Langley, BC spirit.

Fort Langley October 2009

This was a short walk along the main street of Fort Langley, BC on October 04, 2009. Even though it was cold, and fall had already started, the trees hardly showed it, accept for the odd tree by the cemetery. This is also the first season in decades without the Abloin Ferry in operation, and the town was fairly busy for a weekend afternoon without that traffic. And this was also the weekend before the Cranberry Festival, October 10, 2009.

Halloween October 31 2009

Today is October 31, 2009, but it is also Halloween too, but having such a warm and sunny October day is very unusual around these part that taking the camera out was going to happen regardless of an event or a lovely Saturday afternoon. These photos were taken during a two block walk from my home, then over to the main street of Fort Langley. I’m really proud of the “wagon-wheel and bench in front of the store window” photo. That image turned out very good.

Fort Langley IGA Fire of January 04 2011

This is a series of 59 images that I took just a couple of hours after the fire had gutted the building. I walked around the whole taking shots from as many spots as I could. This was a a huge loss for the community of Fort Langley as this was the only market. The fire started around the early hours of Jan 4, 2001, and fully engulfed the building around 5:30am when the fire trucks arrived. The roof had collapsed around 5:30/6:00am. This was a three alarm fire.

Fort to Fort Trail March 30 2011

These are photos of a hike that I did on March 30th, 2011. The hike was cut short as it started to rain like crazy. These series of images show the new section of the trail along the Bedford Landing section.

Fort Langley Cranberry Festival 2011

These images were taken on October 8th, 2011 of the 18th annual Fort Langley Cranberry Festival.

Fort langley Nov 17 to Dec 11 and my New Camera

I have a Sony Alpha33 DLSR now with a kit lens, a 18 to 55mm. I am loving it! Just waiting for any opportunity to get out and use it! Photos: We have the back yard with frozen plants in November, and the night sky with stars, and a walk in the park (Marina Park in Fort Langley, BC) on December 11, 2011, on a very foggy day.

Fort Langley - Fraser River - Bedford Landing at Night Jan 9 2012

Doing some night time photography with my Sony A33 Camera. These were taken on Jan 9th, 2012 around 6:30pm standing along Breay Island looking at the Glover Road bridge and the Fort Pub. Also, Bedford landing, looking South East.

Fort Langley Night Photos Jan 10 2012

These are images taken at night using a Sony A33 DSLR, 18-55mm lens. Mostly on Glover Road in down town Fort Langley, BC. All the shots were on a tripod with exposures between 2 to 5 seconds.

Fort Langley MayDay Parade May 20 2013

The 91st Annual Fort Langley MayDay Parade, of 75 images that I selected from my photo-shoot on May 20 2013. I did not include all the floats, only the shots that I felt were show-able for this gallery. If you would like copies of any photos, please let me know.

Fort Langley 92 MayDay Parade - May 19 2014 -

A photo set of the 92 annual MayDay Parade from May 19 2014 in Fort Langley, BC. There are 94 photos taken from over 500 that I shot on that day.

2 Thoughts on “Photo Gallery

  1. 😀
    Everything is so amazing! The kids and classic cars and the old-fashioned dresses and all, the goat-girl, the milk-maid…. I loved them all 🙂
    You captured them all beautifully, in bright sunlight, they all came out perfect!

  2. Sarah- Countrified Cowgirls Drill Team on Wednesday, May 28th, 2014 at 11:53 am said:

    thank you for taking those photos, i love them!! everyone looks fantastic in the parade and i love those three you took of us! 😀

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