Fun day at my studio with the entertaining Job Hunters crew whom featured “Erin Froese” make up artist extraordinaire whom you’ll see working on fancy film sets in Vancouver and abroad. There were beautiful babies, Bo the super dog and patient models sitting in. This episode on Erin will air sometime in the next week or two.
Category Archives: Photo Essay
A vision by Duane Prentice,
“Les Rencontres d’Arles is a fantastic annual photo-fest held annually in Provence in the south of France and showcases great photography. Held at the same time is Off Arles, a group of photographers and galleries who for various reasons don’t participate in the main Arles event. And I felt it was time to celebrate our own work and share with photographers and lovers of photography an afternoon of seeing our work in a relaxed informal setting in a quiet garden with drinks, food and great people.” -Duane Prentice
Well said. Much enjoyed and to be repeated! Pictures were cleverly displayed throughout the garden and the drinks, food and stimulating conversation kept us there all day!
thank you Duane and Sylvia!
The photographer’s who participated were; Dave Ahoronian, Robin Bassett, Helene Cyr, Don Denton, Ted Grant, Donna Hall, Susan Huber, Andrea Kucherawy, Tony La Fauci, Ryan Macdonald, Alan Mandell, Bob Matheson, Mary Matheson, Mike Mclean, Diana Miller, Vince Klassen, Tony Olive, Dave Pollock, Eric Porcher, Duane Prentice, Paul Romaniuk, Tristan Shouldice, Jenna Shouldice, Bob St. Cyr, Mitch Stringer, Shon Taylor, Ron Watts, Terry Zlot
It’s quite something to experience the roar, the aroma and the intensity of 300+ California Sea Lions mixed in with Stellar Sea Lions on this tiny 1.5 hectare jagged rocky island. They are most impressive in size, agility and strength and overflow with personality. Day and night they relentlessly dispute their territory and their status. Recently Mike has had to dispute his territory by maintaining a thin electrical fence. Some clever individuals find ways around it while others brave the shock and plough through it. The fence is a running joke. The stench is not. The Sea Lions are here for the salmon and camaraderie. Soon after they head south for warmer waters.