Discussion in 'Paddling Photography' started by nootka, Sep 28, 2009.
Brent near Quadra Island
These pics were taken of me at the Nanaimo Paddlers Fun Day. I was determined to master my cowboy re-entry. This is not an easy feat when you have a big butt and a small boat; add bad knees to the mix and you have a challenge! :lol: :lol: :shock: :lol: :lol:
Sculling and squishing - you can see tha pain and concentration, no?
SUCCESS! I credit the photographer! He really captured the emotions well!
Believe it or not, this is in the San Juans near Stuart Isle. It looks like some tropical beach somewhere.
American Camp on San Juan Island.
Kasey took this picture of me on our recent trip to the Broken Group Isalnds. I liked it so much it's my new wallpaper background.
A photo i did for the US women Kayaking team
number 2 of three photos I took and did for the US women's kayaking team
Number 3 of 3 photos i did for the US women National kayak team and probably my favorite
Thanks for the cool pics Dion. Personally, I prefer picture number two! :big_thumb It really demonstrates the precision in the sport. I find it amazing that the hand heights, body angles and everything else are perfectly aligned. I would certainly put that picture up on my wall. :clap: :clap:
Hey thanks sheila, ya sprint kayaking makes for some really good photo's. and I am glad that you like my work.
Look at the muscle definition on the stern the rear paddler. Holy cow!
The first photo is stunning. Great composition and amazing lighting.
I like this photo that Greg Polkinghorn took of me on Estevan Sound. It was a lovely day.
the cloud coming threw mid way up the mountain makes this picture, very nice
My Wife, Hayley in the Pygmy Borealis XL just of William Head, Victoria.
On a rainy morning just off of Portland Island, about to paddle back to Sidney.
You look thrilled. Smile, you could be at work! :wink:
Judy and I "sailing" across Glover's Reef in Belize, March 2011. Couldn't find more than a whisper of air; not enough to need to brace once in over 6 km!
My boyfriend took some photos of me rolling while up in Port Alberni
If you saw the weather on the previous days of the trip, you'd understand I think I was mostly just tired from the 40+ mile paddle the previous day.
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