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This week I was very excited to see my work published in The Georgia Straight on the Table of Contents page. July 24-31 edition.

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The Georgia Straight is one of Vancouver’s most popular weekly news publications that focuses on the arts and culture around the city.

Here is the table of contents spread with my photo of the Vancouver Seawall.

Jaden Nyberg photography on The Georgia Straight table of contents

Whytecliff Park in West Vancouver is a great spot to get away from the nearby city. The park is quite isolated and a little hard to find if you don’t know where you’re going. A short drive from Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver will get you there though.

Whytecliff Park features Whyte Island, a fairly large island that is accessible by foot at low tide. It’s a perfect picnic spot and there’s lots of interesting wildlife to see including Seals and Eagles.

This photo was taken just before sunset in the summer. It was a very rainy week and I wanted to capture a more dramatic scene that still showed the warmth of summer.

Whytecliff Park in West Vancouver, BC

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Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh, Scotland is the group of hills found at the foot of Holyrood Palace. The hills are frequented by both tourists and locals and is a fantastic spot for incredible views of Edinburgh. The hills themselves are fairly plain with little or no vegetation except for tall grass and if you time it right, heather.

Once at the top of Arthur’s Seat you can see various foot paths that have been created over the years. I found one that appeared to be a road rather than a foot path leading right back down to Edinburgh.

Arthur's Seat Edinburgh, Scotland

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