Wednesday, August 13, 2014
This is a very old photo from my time in South Africa. I love how the palm tree tattoo on the surfer dude feels very "hawaii". When really this photo was taken thousands of kilometres away from that world. I guess it reminds that the island lifestyle can be embodied anywhere.
Coffee Bay, SA
Posted by brit graham at 12:11 PM
Monday, July 28, 2014
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
The next week I will be in Maui which I am super stoked about. Though it might seem like an odd time for a trip to the islands it is usually pretty brisk in June in Vancouver so it will be a nice change to have those hot summer days and nights.
Galiano Island, BC
Posted by brit graham at 1:04 AM
Friday, June 13, 2014
Walking down the beach last weekend I just happened to look down before stepping on this amazing starfish. When I thought about it I had never seen one that wasn't broken etc. Its nice when things can pop up and surprise you at any moment.
Galliano Island, BC
Posted by brit graham at 2:41 PM
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
After a long break due to being way too busy with work, school and life I am back at it!
It feels so good to be be creative again. This burst of creative energy has had me taking more photos and even thinking of getting back into painting! In the coming weeks Im going to be posting some random photos from over the last couple of months which will hopefully make up for me being AWOL.
Posted by brit graham at 2:11 PM
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
During my visit home last week I was told by many friends and family that I need to be posting more photos. I am delighted that so many people continue to support me as I explore the world through photography and ashamed I have been so bad at posting! So I am going to try to actively post at least once a week, you've been warned.
Posted by brit graham at 10:33 PM
Monday, September 16, 2013
When looking at the shadows of these signs posts they almost look like inukshuks which is quite fitting because traditionally inukshuks were used as points of reference.
This sign post forest originated in 1942 when a home sick US ARMY G.I erected a sign that pointed the way to his hometown. Over the years 75,000 signs have been posted by weary travellers on the Alaskan Highway.
Watson Lake, YT
Posted by brit graham at 7:06 PM