Pender Harbour on the Sunshine Coast, BC has some spectacular scenery both on the water and on land. The forests are lush and green and the landscape...
On September 27, 2015 there was a rare lunar eclipse seen all over the world. It won’t happen again until 2033. I was curious as I hadn’t...
I recently spent a weekend in Sooke, BC and was blown away! I had not heard much about Sooke other than it was a small town outside...
Vancouver’s beautiful Lions Gate Bridge, also known as “First Narrows” is a suspension bridge that officially opened in 1938. It is one of the main bridges that...
The weather in Vancouver can be downright depressing with the amount of rainfall that happens during the winter months. The end of November was an exception with...
Garibaldi Lake in Squamish, BC is a glacier fed lake that is absolutely breathtaking. It’s like one of those storybook scenes when you come around the corner...
I am a fine art photographer based in Vancouver, BC. I love to travel the world, including my own city, capturing life’s precious moments as well as vast landscapes. These are the stories and photographs of my journeys from over the years.
I recently collaborated with designer Yonatan Ortiz P1D.CA on some mixed media artwork. The work features photographs mixed with unique graphic design techniques and super vibrant color combinations.
Our goal was to showcase the flavour of different neighbourhoods in Vancouver as well as the people and events that take place throughout the city. We recently submitted this artwork to be used on Utility Boxes throughout Vancouver to help decrease vandalism and unwanted graffiti. We have not yet received a response but have our fingers crossed. Below are the submissions:
Pender Harbour on the Sunshine Coast, BC has some spectacular scenery both on the water and on land. The forests are lush and green and the landscape boasts some incredible views of various small coves along the coastline. I haven’t done too much exploring out there, but after just a few minutes of driving around I found some pretty amazing locations to watch the sunrise. Time it right and you’ll see some beautiful reflections on the still water in the protected coves.
This shot was taken right on the water after I stumbled on a small hidden trail on the side of the road. The sun was just peaking over the mountain as I setup my camera. I captured this image and then spent a few minutes taking in the beautiful morning.
I have spent the last few months exploring the industrial sites along the Burrard Inlet in Vancouver and Burnaby. There are some amazing locations but most are inaccessible or too dangerous to bother trying. I’m not a big fan of trespassing and crossing train tracks; too many photographers have died while shooting on the tracks so I avoid setting foot on them wherever I go. Instead I make the best of my surroundings and use different lenses so I can work with a larger variety of focal points.
The following are some of my findings since January 2016. I will make additional posts for this subject as I create new images. Follow me on Instagram @jadennyberg or #industrialparadise to see my work as it unfolds.
Last Light on the Iron Workers
Cyclist Beneath the Bridge
Iron Workers Blue Hour
Bridge and Mountains
Bridge through the Trees
Iron Workers in Black and White
Trains Beneath the Iron Workers
Industrial and Mountains
The Crossing 2
The Crossing 3
Trains and Refinery
Seagulls and Refinery
Refinery at Dusk
Refinery from Above
Trains and Refinery 2
Trains and Refinery 3
Industrial Site and The Lions
Shipyard and The Lions
Burnaby Industrial Site at Night
North Vancouver Industrial Site
Sunset on Burrard Inlet