Boredom is something that doesn’t really have a place in Squamish. If you’re fine with wandering around these parts rain, hail, or shine, then there is always something to see, whether old or new. Last week I loaded up the car and took the dogs further out into a zone that for some reason we’ve never gone so far out into.

We stumbled across a number of zones and explored them for a good chunk of the afternoon. The area that we spent the majority of our afternoon appears to be popular for target practice, so I began referring to it as “gunshot alley”.

The images below tell the story of the afternoon and were shot on a Fuji XT-10 with a Fujinon 27mm 2.8 prime lens. Some minor tweaks were done in Lightroom on the phone.

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The mountains out the back of Squamish battle the incoming system. The blue skies weren’t around for long.

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T H E  A L L E Y

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Blow up your T.V.

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Everything including the kitchen sink…

  T H E   B U R N 

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It's not a stump, that's a Black Lab.

Perfect camouflage for a Black Lab.

Not the best cover for a Chocolate Lab.

Not the best cover for a Chocolate Lab.

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W A T E R  E A R T H  S K Y

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Peace and quiet heading back into Squamish

Peace and quiet heading back into Squamish

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