It was a rainy day in August 2020. Usually it is sunny and hot in Vancouver during the summer months. I was bored at home and thought it might be a good day to discover an unknown place down in Steveston, British Columbia - Canada. I hopped into the car including my gear and drove down to Steveston. A small fisher town not far away from Vancouver.
I discovered the Garry Point Park and I saw all those pillars standing strong in the Fraser River. I took my camera out and captured some long exposure images.
It was still raining during the shooting and thankfully the weather conditions created a unique and soft mood.
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My name is Christian Redermayer and I'm a creative problem solver as architectural and fine art photographer for my clients. I'm based in Vancouver, Canada.
I enjoy solving problems for my clients as a creative and I'd love to deliver my promises of...