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Steve Rogers Photography, adventure photographer from BC

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Whistler Sabbatical – Interview with Mercedes Nicoll, Ashleigh McIvor and Britt Janyk

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Canoe Kayak Magazine, Double page Spread with Paul Kuthe, OR Coast

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Whistler Sabbatical Campaign – Night Groomers

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Whistler Sabbatical Project. 16 Episode video vignettes to support contest site

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16 Video vignettes to fit into the Whistler Sabbatical contest. Produced in conjunction with Origin Designs. View the contest

 

Globe and Mail – Fullpage Advert Chateau Fairmont Whistler

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Whistler Nordic

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Delphin Advert for PH kayaks

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Opening Day Whistler Blackcomb 19th November 2010

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Whistler Biking Experiences

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Canoe kayak Magazine

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Spring Kayaking

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Couple of snaps from the start of this years kayak season. So far the season has been pretty full with an early start due to a knee injury skiing. This spring has seen my first experiments with using SRT rope techniques to access difficult canyons for images. It is quite a scary moment when you have to sit back and trust your less than solid ropework skills for the first time, it all seemed pretty simple whilst I was learning the theory on the tinterweb and practicing my rigging suspended 2 ft from the floor in the garage :-) What could possibly go wrong??

Mist

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Having spent the larger portion of my time in places where it pisses it down for large amounts of time, believe it or not you actually start to form a strange love of the rain, or possibly a deep seated hatred and a drink problem. It is still hard to tell which way I will go with it, but one thing I do know is that when the rain stops, the mists in the coast mountains are some of the most inspiring scenes you can imagine. They roll gracefully across the hillsides, pulsing through the forests and breathing with the landscape. They somehow make all the wet misery worth it………….

This Spring has been a continuation of the Coast mountains ‘el Nino’ trend with large amounts of rain falling on the coast. Here are a few selects from the spring rains…….

Whistler Bike Park opening day May 2010

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