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Motion Blur Snail
I don't have a good snail guide book (I have never found one), but Robert Forsyth seems to be working on a snail guide book for BC. He was kind enough to offer his opinion on this snail photo:
Hi John,

I've taken a look at your photo. It is a haplotrematid (family 
Haplotrematidae), and is a half-grown individual. Not being able to see more 
clearly some fine details of shell micro-sculpture, I cannot be entirely 
certain of its Identification, but I'd say (about 85% certain) that it is 
Haplotrema vancouverense -- the Robust Lancetooth snail, a common (and one of 
the larger) species of land snail along the BC coast. 

Hope that this helps.

Regards,

Robert
Thanks Robert!
Species: Haplotrema vancouverense (Robust Lancetooth)

John Harvey Photo > Aristazabal Island > Aristazabal Island - Day 7, 8, 9 > Motion Blur Snail

Still Blurry Snail
I don't have a good snail guide book (I have never found one), but Robert Forsyth seems to be working on a snail guide book for BC. He was kind enough to offer his opinion on this snail photo:
Hi John,

I've taken a look at your photo. It is a haplotrematid (family 
Haplotrematidae), and is a half-grown individual. Not being able to see more 
clearly some fine details of shell micro-sculpture, I cannot be entirely 
certain of its Identification, but I'd say (about 85% certain) that it is 
Haplotrema vancouverense -- the Robust Lancetooth snail, a common (and one of 
the larger) species of land snail along the BC coast. 

Hope that this helps.

Regards,

Robert
Thanks Robert!
Species: Haplotrema vancouverense (Robust Lancetooth)

John Harvey Photo > Aristazabal Island > Aristazabal Island - Day 7, 8, 9 > Still Blurry Snail

Jer And Karen Walking Up
Tripod Obviously. I like how the motion was captured - it's not too wispy but I think I would double the time if I had a do over.
People: Jeremy, Karen

John Harvey Photo > A BC Road Trip > Calgary To Jasper > Jer And Karen Walking Up

Setting up the Tarp

London Drugs didn't even print this photo - It's one of my
favorite pictures of the trip. Light was so scarce and I didn't
bring my f1.4 lens so it was wide angle or nothing.


John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Camping > Bike Camping on Pender Island > Setting up Camp on Pender Island > Setting up the Tarp

Camp With Tents

We had two camp sites - these are the tents in the same site as the kitchen.
I'm pretty sure that's Jer getting out of his "4 person if you include stacking" tent. This image reminds me a lot of another photo.


John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Camping > Porpoise Bay, Sechelt > Camp With Tents

Motion Blur Water

This is about a second.  Amazingly, Andrea was able to do the same thing
with here Digital Camera while hand holding it.


John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - A Weekend on Salt Spring > Motion Blur Water

Silverdaisy Creek

I think this is a 30 second exposure with a polarizer to keep within the f-stop range of my lens.


John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Hiking > Skagit River > Silverdaisy Creek