Stanley & The Revolting Contraption
A Pentax K-01 diary from Vancouver, Canada


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July 13 - Flowers & Farewell

Apologies for the shortage of pictures lately. The time has come to close active postings to this blog. I am preparing for my annual migration to the Canadian north; i.e., go work at my real job. Thank you for the visits. Hope I was able to demonstrate the photo-worthiness of the Pentax K-01. Enough, at least, to counter somewhat the blizzard of negative commentary this camera generated.

My energies have lately been directed at a new series of matching websites meant to showcase my travel and documentary work over the last decade. This is a deliberate effort to get away from the thumbnail, gallery & slideshow approach we usually see on photographer’s websites. I hope viewers find it both aesthetically pleasing and easy to navigate. The project isn’t finished but two examples of recent K-01 work can be seen here and here.

(Below) A random sampling of Stanley Park’s summer flora. Cheers!






July 1 - A Year Half Over

(Below) The First of July and the city remains damp and cool. Sun-worshippers complain, but long-time Vancouverites accept gray skies and stubborn mist as the price of storybook greenery. A good time to re-visit Stanley Park’s Lost Lagoon and the Second Beach seawall.

Please visit my Vancouver Contact Sheet for a single-page overview of images from this blog.








June 25 - Boulevardiers

(Below) Selected from a recent afternoon’s walk on the sidewalks of downtown.

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