Photography

Marilyn Crosby admires a mighty royal oak tree that stands next to the palisades of the Fort Langley National Historic Site. The tree, according to Crosby, was planted in 1953. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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  • Oct 21, 2021

 

Diana Olsen captured this trio of deer grazing in a field adjacent to her South Langley home recently, in the area of 206th Street and 22nd Avenue. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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  • Oct 20, 2021

 

As autumn engulfs Langley, fog starts to appear over the fields and along the Fraser River making things truly mystical, according to Joy Ruffeski. “An early morning walk at the Brae Island Regional Park with the sunlight filtering through trees and shimmering on the wet sand was magical. In the distance the bridge to the island from Fort Langley peeked through the mist and we got a brief glimpse of the other side of the river.” (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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  • Oct 12, 2021

 

A view not often seen from this angle, Langley’s Hilda Wind shared a picture depicting the fall colours sweep over Willoughby as seen from her balcony. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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  • Oct 11, 2021
A view not often seen from this angle, Langley’s Hilda Wind shared a picture depicting the fall colours sweep over Willoughby as seen from her balcony. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
During one of Gord Laing’s daily walks along the Houston Trail in Derby Reach Regional Park on Saturday, he discovered a breathtaking sight – a ‘mushroom city’ in nature located by the historic site. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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  • Oct 8, 2021
During one of Gord Laing’s daily walks along the Houston Trail in Derby Reach Regional Park on Saturday, he discovered a breathtaking sight – a ‘mushroom city’ in nature located by the historic site. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
On the last day of September, Maryalice Wood captured this “stunning scene” during what she called golden hour on the Bedford Channel in Fort Langley. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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  • Oct 3, 2021
On the last day of September, Maryalice Wood captured this “stunning scene” during what she called golden hour on the Bedford Channel in Fort Langley. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
M.J. Kim noticed the trees turning fall colours while walking in Langley City on Firday, Sept. 24, 2021. (Special to the Langley Advance Times)

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  • Oct 2, 2021
M.J. Kim noticed the trees turning fall colours while walking in Langley City on Firday, Sept. 24, 2021. (Special to the Langley Advance Times)
Flooded cranberry fields reflect a passing train. (Xinguang Yang/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

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  • Sep 26, 2021
Flooded cranberry fields reflect a passing train. (Xinguang Yang/Special to the Langley Advance Times)
Wout Brouwer came upon this scene of people being baptised in the Fraser River on Sept. 19. (Special to the Langley Advance Times)

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  • Sep 25, 2021
Wout Brouwer came upon this scene of people being baptised in the Fraser River on Sept. 19. (Special to the Langley Advance Times)
A tour of the Fort Langley National Historic Site included an explanation of this carving that depicts – as it’s told – the Kwantlen and Katzie women who helped the fort with the salmon trade. Lou Fasullo shared the picture, interested to learn from Fern Gabriel (right) that the carving depicts the women waiting for the salmon, so they could be salted and brined for their journey to the Sandwich Islands (the name given to the Hawaiian Islands by James Cook in 1778). (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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  • Sep 18, 2021
A tour of the Fort Langley National Historic Site included an explanation of this carving that depicts – as it’s told – the Kwantlen and Katzie women who helped the fort with the salmon trade. Lou Fasullo shared the picture, interested to learn from Fern Gabriel (right) that the carving depicts the women waiting for the salmon, so they could be salted and brined for their journey to the Sandwich Islands (the name given to the Hawaiian Islands by James Cook in 1778). (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Nature and wildlife photographer Catherine Babault photographed in Moorecroft Regional park in Nanoose Bay. Don Denton photograph

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  • Sep 17, 2021
Nature and wildlife photographer Catherine Babault photographed in Moorecroft Regional park in Nanoose Bay. Don Denton photograph
Lou Fasullo was recently hiking on the north side of Brae Island near Fort Langley when a pair of fishers caught his attention. Both the fisherman (in the background) and the blue heron were both trying to catch dinner. They were separated by the log booms anchored at the west end of Brae Island Regional Park.	(Special to Langley Advance Times)
How can one tell the salmon are running along the Fraser River? Just stop by Derby Reach or Bedford Channel near Fort Langley. This was taken at Derby Reach on Saturday Sept. 11. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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  • Sep 14, 2021
Lou Fasullo was recently hiking on the north side of Brae Island near Fort Langley when a pair of fishers caught his attention. Both the fisherman (in the background) and the blue heron were both trying to catch dinner. They were separated by the log booms anchored at the west end of Brae Island Regional Park.	(Special to Langley Advance Times)
How can one tell the salmon are running along the Fraser River? Just stop by Derby Reach or Bedford Channel near Fort Langley. This was taken at Derby Reach on Saturday Sept. 11. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Gerry and Wies Devries captured this late afternoon reflections off the water at Noel Booth Park recently. Summer’s not quite over, but fall is in the offing. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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  • Sep 13, 2021
Gerry and Wies Devries captured this late afternoon reflections off the water at Noel Booth Park recently. Summer’s not quite over, but fall is in the offing. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Xinguang Yang has been in  Langley for a little more than a year now, and said one of his favourite things to do is pick blueberries at Langley farms. "I like Langley very much," he shared. (Special to the Langley Advance Times)

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  • Aug 29, 2021
Xinguang Yang has been in  Langley for a little more than a year now, and said one of his favourite things to do is pick blueberries at Langley farms. "I like Langley very much," he shared. (Special to the Langley Advance Times)
Six-year-old Sierra Farris grew this 12.5-foot high sunflower at her grandmother’s home in Brookswood, giving Jack and his beanstalk a run for their money. (Elaine McIntee/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

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  • Aug 24, 2021
Six-year-old Sierra Farris grew this 12.5-foot high sunflower at her grandmother’s home in Brookswood, giving Jack and his beanstalk a run for their money. (Elaine McIntee/Special to the Langley Advance Times)
Lou Fasullo capture this image from Glen Valley, near Fort Langley. The sun seems to be setting parallel to the train tracks, flares giving this photo a 3-D effect. “As that old western saying goes ‘riding off into the sunset.” said Fasullo in sharing his picture. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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  • Aug 21, 2021
Lou Fasullo capture this image from Glen Valley, near Fort Langley. The sun seems to be setting parallel to the train tracks, flares giving this photo a 3-D effect. “As that old western saying goes ‘riding off into the sunset.” said Fasullo in sharing his picture. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Members of the Fort Langley Canoe Club were observed paddling through Kanaka Creek Regional Park in Maple Rige on Sunday, just past the walkway bridge where Fraser River flows into Kanaka Creek Bends. Scott White of Maple Ridge shared this picture of the six women paddling. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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  • Aug 17, 2021
Members of the Fort Langley Canoe Club were observed paddling through Kanaka Creek Regional Park in Maple Rige on Sunday, just past the walkway bridge where Fraser River flows into Kanaka Creek Bends. Scott White of Maple Ridge shared this picture of the six women paddling. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Langley’s Cora Goodyear snapped this shot of a young deer she spotted grazing in a blueberry field off Allard Crescent in Fort Langley recently. The deer appeared to be losing its spots, with new fur coming in to replace areas on its stomach. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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  • Aug 14, 2021
Langley’s Cora Goodyear snapped this shot of a young deer she spotted grazing in a blueberry field off Allard Crescent in Fort Langley recently. The deer appeared to be losing its spots, with new fur coming in to replace areas on its stomach. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Lou Fasullo captured a picture of blueberry season in full swing. He snapped this picture on River Road, near Nathan Creek in Fort Langley. “We are so fortunate to live a place that’s so close to where are food is grown,” he said. “Big thank you to all the farmers and pickers who make this possible.” (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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  • Jul 26, 2021
Lou Fasullo captured a picture of blueberry season in full swing. He snapped this picture on River Road, near Nathan Creek in Fort Langley. “We are so fortunate to live a place that’s so close to where are food is grown,” he said. “Big thank you to all the farmers and pickers who make this possible.” (Special to Langley Advance Times)
In the hot dry weather this past month, Walnut Groves Dallas Lang and her faithful companion Chewie, their eight-year-old golden retriever, have taken to going for walks a little extra early in the morning. “We were up before dawn to beat the heat with our daily walk; 4 am is so quiet and peaceful. We loved it!” Lang shared. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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  • Jul 24, 2021
In the hot dry weather this past month, Walnut Groves Dallas Lang and her faithful companion Chewie, their eight-year-old golden retriever, have taken to going for walks a little extra early in the morning. “We were up before dawn to beat the heat with our daily walk; 4 am is so quiet and peaceful. We loved it!” Lang shared. (Special to Langley Advance Times)