Using the Pacific Northwest as the dynamic environment that carries the film from beginning to end, Bryan Smith takes us up close with the core elements of sea kayaking. Blending wildlife, people, and places, Pacific Horizons motivates all sea kayakers to get out and go kayaking. The film features segments on Dubside, Quadra Island Tidal Races, Skookumchuck Narrows, Keirron Tastagh and Jeff Norville's 14 day Circumnavigation of Vancouver Island, San Juan Islands, The Oregon Coast, Columbia River Gorge, Remote West Coast Vancouver Island Locations, Queen Charlotte Islands, and much more.

The Official Trailer for Pacific Horizons!

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Subscribing to this Site.

When I put the site up it appears that I did not get the correct code pasted into the blog for subscriptions. So anyone who subscribed to this site early on is most likely recieving "The Range Life" updates form the whitewater site that I contribute to. I appologize. Either way if you are interested in recieving emails when I have posted something new, glance over the the right and type in your email. I will be getting a post up soon about the trip to the Bunsby's. Ralph, Lannie, and Albert over at Coast Mountain Expeditions sent these shots along from the trip to Quadra. Some really cool ones that I thought I'd share...

I think the reflection of the boat in the water of this shot is really cool.

photo by Albert Keller

Dave White...intersting position to be in.

photo by Albert Keller

There is a pretty good sized whirlpool forming just downstream in this shot.

photo by Albert Keller

Love the late evening light on sea kayaking trips.

photo by Albert Keller

1 comment:

David H. said...

The photos and your trailer look absolutely fantastic!

Keep up the great work!

David H. Johnston
www.paddlinginstructor.com