Photography

SHARE: Wildlife gang up to chase off unusual visitor

SHARE: Wildlife gang up to chase off unusual visitor

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  • Aug 3, 2020
SHARE: Wildlife gang up to chase off unusual visitor
While on an afternoon stroll along the south perimeter trail at Campbell Valley Regional park last week, Jim Orlowski captured this picture of the park office and maintenance buildings behind a sea of golden hay. “So nice to get out for a warm day walk,” he shared.(Jim Orlowski/Special to Langley Advance Times)

SHARE: Campbell Valley park offers so many beautiful and tranquil sites

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  • Aug 2, 2020
While on an afternoon stroll along the south perimeter trail at Campbell Valley Regional park last week, Jim Orlowski captured this picture of the park office and maintenance buildings behind a sea of golden hay. “So nice to get out for a warm day walk,” he shared.(Jim Orlowski/Special to Langley Advance Times)
William Shi took this picture recently at Campbell Valley Regional Park. Located in South Langley, this is a regional park maintained by the Metro Vancouver regional parks. It was formed from six historical farm plots, with portions set aside for the Langley Tree Farm and scout Camp McLean and kilometres of walking, cycling, and horseback riding trails among other amenities. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

SHARE: Sunlight dapples forests and waterways in South Langley park

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  • Aug 1, 2020
William Shi took this picture recently at Campbell Valley Regional Park. Located in South Langley, this is a regional park maintained by the Metro Vancouver regional parks. It was formed from six historical farm plots, with portions set aside for the Langley Tree Farm and scout Camp McLean and kilometres of walking, cycling, and horseback riding trails among other amenities. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
A neighbourhood family strolls by a Brookswood garden just to have a look. ‘But Mom, there’s still some fruit left behind…’ one can be heard saying, as he looks back over his shoulder at the garden below. This family of five are regulars in backyard of Langley’s own author, columnist, and comedian Jim McGregor. “Yes, it’s my garden. They ‘live’ across the road and my fence is part of their road network,” he confirmed. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

SHARE: A Langley family of five carve out a trail through a Brookswood backyard

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  • Jul 26, 2020
A neighbourhood family strolls by a Brookswood garden just to have a look. ‘But Mom, there’s still some fruit left behind…’ one can be heard saying, as he looks back over his shoulder at the garden below. This family of five are regulars in backyard of Langley’s own author, columnist, and comedian Jim McGregor. “Yes, it’s my garden. They ‘live’ across the road and my fence is part of their road network,” he confirmed. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Seeing Double! (Maryalice Wood/Special to Langley Advance Times)

TIME IS RUNNING OUT: Readers invited to share wildlife photographs

Aim, snap, shoot, and share your pictures of wildlife in Langley to win!

  • Jul 5, 2020
Seeing Double! (Maryalice Wood/Special to Langley Advance Times)
SHARE: Stunning sunrise captured over Langley City

SHARE: Stunning sunrise captured over Langley City

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  • Jun 28, 2020
SHARE: Stunning sunrise captured over Langley City
Sven Sorensen shared this picture of geese failing to use the pedestrian overpass – pictured behind – to safely cross four lanes of traffic on the Langley Bypass. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

SHARE: Readers invited to capture the beauty of nature

Aim, snap, shoot, and share your pictures of Langley wildlife and you could win

Sven Sorensen shared this picture of geese failing to use the pedestrian overpass – pictured behind – to safely cross four lanes of traffic on the Langley Bypass. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Look at this view looking north from Murrayville, clearly showing how lower levels of emissions are making it easier to see Golden Ears mountains and beyond. (Jim Orlowski/Special to Langley Advance Times)

SHARE: No climate change apparent here

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  • May 31, 2020
Look at this view looking north from Murrayville, clearly showing how lower levels of emissions are making it easier to see Golden Ears mountains and beyond. (Jim Orlowski/Special to Langley Advance Times)
Oak Bay resident Jacques Sirois happened upon an eagle hunting a yearling seal. (Photo courtesy Jacques Sirois)

Oak Bay man stumbles upon eagle hunting seal, grabs camera just in time

The eagle did ‘a perfect butterfly stroke to shore’ with its prey, photographer says

Oak Bay resident Jacques Sirois happened upon an eagle hunting a yearling seal. (Photo courtesy Jacques Sirois)
Fort Langley resident discovers roadside photo album dating back to 1973

Fort Langley resident discovers roadside photo album dating back to 1973

Lou Fasullo is hoping to find the owner and return their memories to them

Fort Langley resident discovers roadside photo album dating back to 1973
THROUGH YOUR LENS: Langley looks skyward

THROUGH YOUR LENS: Langley looks skyward

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  • Apr 20, 2020
THROUGH YOUR LENS: Langley looks skyward
SLIDESHOW: COVID pandemic reaches Langley

SLIDESHOW: COVID pandemic reaches Langley

An amateur photographer shares her images of her own community as it copes with the coronavirus

  • Apr 19, 2020
SLIDESHOW: COVID pandemic reaches Langley
A Vernon photographer gave away 20 newborn sessions to babies whose photography bookings have been disrupted by COVID-19. (Image Studios photo)

Babies born during pandemic miss out on precious moments

One North Okanagan photographer gives away photography sessions to babies born during pandemic

A Vernon photographer gave away 20 newborn sessions to babies whose photography bookings have been disrupted by COVID-19. (Image Studios photo)
The restored historic CN Station in Fort Langley. (Special to the Langley Advance)

Photographers wanted to capture the facets of Langley heritage

Photo contest, open until May 4, has three categories; buildings, landscapes, and people

The restored historic CN Station in Fort Langley. (Special to the Langley Advance)
Trinity Western University physics professor Arnold Sikkema says he’s often on the lookout for interesting things in nature but he came across a very unique item near Pleasentdale Creek in Langley City early one morning during the recent cold weather. It’s a phenomenon called hair ice and forms on broken branches due to the presence of a fungus.

Through Your Lens: Frost feathers

This photo was contributed by a Langley resident

  • Feb 15, 2020
Trinity Western University physics professor Arnold Sikkema says he’s often on the lookout for interesting things in nature but he came across a very unique item near Pleasentdale Creek in Langley City early one morning during the recent cold weather. It’s a phenomenon called hair ice and forms on broken branches due to the presence of a fungus.
Pat Cooper sent us this photo of a rough-skinned newt, taken near the Houston Trail.

Through Your Lens: Newt alert!

This tiny amphibian was spotted recently in Langley

Pat Cooper sent us this photo of a rough-skinned newt, taken near the Houston Trail.
A blacksmith works at the Fort Langley National Historic Site (Lou Fasullo/special to the Langley Advance Times)

Through Your Lens: Blacksmithing at the Fort

This week’s photo from the public was taken at the Fort Langley National Historic Site

  • Feb 1, 2020
A blacksmith works at the Fort Langley National Historic Site (Lou Fasullo/special to the Langley Advance Times)
Earnest Barker (front left) with the two unidentified figures. (Submitted)

Couple wonders who’s in a Cariboo photo that’s been hanging in their home for years

Charles and Lynn Dick believe the image was taken at the 70 Mile Road House

Earnest Barker (front left) with the two unidentified figures. (Submitted)
The panoramas of artist Danny Singer

The panoramas of artist Danny Singer

Photographer creates images of small Prairie towns

  • Jan 8, 2020
The panoramas of artist Danny Singer
Two stallions in communication. (Courtesy Langley Camera Club)

Fraser Valley photo clubs to compete at Clayton event

Photo clubs from Vancouver to Chilliwack will compete in the Langley Camera Club’s annual event

Two stallions in communication. (Courtesy Langley Camera Club)