My final photo tour of the year took me back to Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest. This is a challenging location for photography, so it’s pretty cool when I’m joined by clients who are willing to take on the challenge and accept whatever this region of British Columbia presents. Every trip here is different, but one thing we can usually rely on is the rain. And we had our fair share this time.
Nonetheless, my group put in the time and effort, sitting in a Zodiac for several days in a downpour, and eventually we were rewarded with one of the best spirit bear encounters I’ve ever had. We were also treated to the best black bear photo ops I’ve ever enjoyed in this area. Plus, we had grizzly bears, humpback whales, sea otters and other wildlife sightings throughout the week. It was a fun trip with a wonderful group of photographers!
I’ve published a gallery of 99 new images from this trip, which you may view here. A short preview is below.
View the full Great Bear Rainforest 2017 gallery here. And remember that you can order prints of nearly any image in my photo archive!
If you are interested in joining me on a future Great Bear Rainforest tour, I am currently accepting waiting list requests for the 2019 trip (which is currently full). Otherwise, I may be offering one or two trips in 2020.