Monthly Archives: January 2015

A Picture and a Painting – Roe Islet, Pender Island (BC, Canada)

This post will be a little different. I never quite know where to put posts that involve painting. My blog http://www.debrahunter.wordpress.com is my serious art and photography blog,  so it would be the natural place to post a painting. On … Continue reading

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A View That Amuses Us

This is a view that amuses us. An “in” joke. The view is quite lovely but every time we walk past it we jokingly make mocking remarks. You see there is a story. One Easter week, way back before we … Continue reading

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Three Views From The Ferry

Views from a morning ferry from Swartz Bay to Otter Bay, Pender Island (BC, Canada).

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“Night Arbutus” (2015) – Canadian Landscape Painting by Debra Hunter

Originally posted on Debra Hunter – Canadian photography, art and handmade:
“Night Arbutus” – Canadian landscape painting Recently I have been working on a series of paintings based on Roe Islet, a protected Parks Canada site on Pender Island (British…

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Roe Islet Trees – Pender Island, BC, Canada

Roe Islet has some amazing trees. They twist and bend, and cling to the edge of the islet leaning over the sea. Over the last few months I have photographed many of Roe Islet’s trees with an aim to use … Continue reading

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Thieves Bay Sunset Views – Pender Island, BC, Canada

A January sunset adds glowing warmth to the sky on a cold day. The colors of the sky soften as the sun sinks lower and lower. With only a little color left before dark.   Photography and blog by Debra … Continue reading

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Broom or Gorse – the good, the bad and the ugly?

(****January 19, 2015 – editing the post to mention that the plant that I thought was broom, and had been referred to me locally as broom, is probably gorse. Thank you to Frances for sending me all the links on … Continue reading

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