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Kerry Nobbs

Kerry Nobbs



Photographer, RS Journeyman Carpenter, BC Firefighter, BCFFF, FirstResponder, Farmer, Father, biker, boater, hiker, fisherman, etc, coffee drinking, humorous things, Foodie who likes to play with his food. LIke to take pictures of most anything but prefer wildlife, nature, landscapes, birds, water bodies, and street shots. Done weddings and sports events, portraits, enjoy work portraits. I enjoy the ability to capture events in time, I enjoy the abiltiy of others to do the same. Every thing is or has a beauty to it. We are all different and that diversity makes photography exciting as it allows us into the eye and minds of those behind the camera. I enjoy that almost as much as taking a picture. Thanks for sharing. I hope you enjoy viewing my world.
Supposed to be clearing skies. Sun is trying to do its part.

Lights Camera Action

Published March 23rd, 2012

Waiting for the sun to come out this morning as per the weather forecast. Only action so far was a small finger of light from the sun through the clouds. Enough to give a slight impression of warmth.

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Dougans Lake

Published January 31st, 2012

A cute little lake just off the Highway just north past the Cobble Hill turnoff. The lake is stocked with trout and is not bad for fishing. Lots of wildlife and birds surround the area. No motorboats are allowed on the lake but human power is okay.The lake borders the highway on one side and farms on the rest across a lush valley to the west. Copy and past the link for more information.

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Flooded Fields

Published January 28th, 2012

A lot of flooding around the Cowichan Valley this last week in heavy rain after a good snow fall earlier. The Cowichan River was near to overflow and roads were closed. Did not stop the Geese and other birds from cashing in though on the fields in and around the Cowichan Valley and in all the marsh areas. Duncan is partially visible in the background on the last picture over a flooded Somenos Marsh, under the mountain. A logging site is also visible on the mountain side under the snow.

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