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Words by @iantmcallister from @pacificwild. A leaked internal document released this week shows just how severely twisted the BC government is when it comes to wolf management. The letter written by government employee Darcy Peel who heads the Caribou Recovery Program is proposing to kill over 80% of wolf populations in large parts of the interior of BC. This would mean a massive escalation of the government sponsored wolf cull that has already killed over 700 wolves over the last five years. The letter also describes the intent to continue targeting “Judas" wolves. This is when a single wolf is fitted with a satellite collar so that it can be followed by aerial snipers in helicopters to locate the rest of the pack. They kill the wolf with the radio collar last. This is an unprecedented escalation of a wildlife kill program that is not based on science and is not supported by any meaningful public consultation. In fact if this letter was not leaked two days ago the public would not even know that this reprehensible wolf cull would be happening this winter. The letter states that the next two years could cost tax payers over 3 million dollars. The 700 wolves that were killed over the last five years cost taxpayers 2.5 million dollars. We have known for decades that caribou would disappear if we did not protect their habitat so instead of doing the right thing and ensuring that adequate habitat was protected to maintain predator prey relationships we instead let oil and gas, logging and mining companies have unbridled access to critical caribou habitat. Now the BC governments only plan of action is to begin another predator kill program the likes that we have never witnessed in BC before. There is time to demand an open public consultation process to stop this wolf cull. Send a note directly to Darcy Peel, Director of BC Caribou Recovery Program. email: caribou.recovery@gov.bc.ca visit: @pacificwild for more info and links to take action. #savebcwolves @bcndp @johnhorgan4bc

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Happy Valentine's Day!
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Happy Valentine's Day!

February 2018
Moonrise over the icy waters of the #greenland sea 8/2017
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Moonrise over the icy waters of the #greenland sea 8/2017

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Yesterday I drove out to Banff in the morning for a day of climbing. The clouds were sitting very low around the front ranges and looked very pretty. It made realize I have been very bad at getting out for sunrises and catching moments like this one at Berg Lake.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - -......#sunrise #mountains #canadianrockies #berglake #mountrobson #nikon #nikoncanada #clouds #imagesofcanada #canada #mountaincultureelevated #wildlycreative #getoutthere #neverstopexploring #deviantoptiks #yyc #calgary #reflection #hiking #backpacking
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Yesterday I drove out to Banff in the morning for a day of climbing. The clouds were sitting very low around the front ranges and looked very pretty. It made realize I have been very bad at getting out for sunrises and catching moments like this one at Berg Lake. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . . . . . . #sunrise #mountains #canadianrockies #berglake #mountrobson #nikon #nikoncanada #clouds #imagesofcanada #canada #mountaincultureelevated #wildlycreative #getoutthere #neverstopexploring #deviantoptiks #yyc #calgary #reflection #hiking #backpacking

4 weeks ago
a little bit more of Kyoto 🇯🇵
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a little bit more of Kyoto 🇯🇵

3 days ago
Long overdue
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Long overdue

last month
Birds eye view 🦅 #newzealand
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Birds eye view 🦅 #newzealand

July 2019
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. New neighborhood. (Edit and original shots)

December 2018
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Along the waterfront of Victoria Harbour in Kowloon, the Hong Kong Museum of Art renovation and expansion is nearing completion and due to open later this year. To accommodate monumental contemporary artworks, both the museum gallery space and ceiling height are being increased. Two new galleries – one on the rooftop and one in a new annex block with double-ceiling height at 9m – are being added to the museum building, increasing the total exhibition area from 7,000m2 to over 10,000m2 . #hkmoa #hongkong #museumdesign #facade #architecture #timgriffithphoto @hongkong_museum_of_art #architecturalphotography #arquitectura #arquitetura #arkitektur #ic_architecture #citygrammers #minimal #geometry #design

5 days ago
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Officially back from my trip to Tombstone Territorial Park up in The Yukon! Basically all I can say is WOW! What an amazing trip. We got awesome conditions time after time. I can’t wait to start working through a few images, though it’s almost overwhelming trying to figure out where to start. I will hopefully have a couple new images for you soon, but in the meantime enjoy a few of my favorite reflection images

6 hours ago
Introducing one of our heritage projects, six townhouses and a bar on St Georges Road South, in North Fitzroy. This project honours the cultural heritage of the former pub by retaining the existing weathered facade, and reinstating the original function of the bar on the corner of the site. The new timber-clad addition follows the traditional gabled form of the roof, and sleeves into the existing facade. This elevation illustrates the interlocking of new and old on the western facade. @sinjengroup
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Introducing one of our heritage projects, six townhouses and a bar on St Georges Road South, in North Fitzroy. This project honours the cultural heritage of the former pub by retaining the existing weathered facade, and reinstating the original function of the bar on the corner of the site. The new timber-clad addition follows the traditional gabled form of the roof, and sleeves into the existing facade. This elevation illustrates the interlocking of new and old on the western facade. @sinjengroup

6 days ago
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Dozer from @fightersfortheworldmc kids along with the young men from @wingsnwaffles team helped serve ice cream. Why was there more ice cream on their face than in the cup 🤷🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️ I didn’t even bother to ask 😂😂😂😂
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Dozer from @fightersfortheworldmc kids along with the young men from @wingsnwaffles team helped serve ice cream. Why was there more ice cream on their face than in the cup 🤷🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️ I didn’t even bother to ask 😂😂😂😂

10 hours ago
A pic is worth like a zillion words... Photo shared by @kawin.towe・・・Being amazed by nature is a basic human right.  All we need are necessities on our back and one foot in front of the other. #zionnationalpark #zion #werutah #utah #visitutah #nationalparks #southernutah #thenarrows #landscapephotography  #zioncanyon #sunset #hikingadventures  #welivetoexplore #ospreypacks #ospreyskarab30 #exploreourearth #nikond750 #nikkor1635 #nikonusa #nikonnofilter #virginriver #travelphotography
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A pic is worth like a zillion words... Photo shared by @kawin.towe ・・・ Being amazed by nature is a basic human right. All we need are necessities on our back and one foot in front of the other. #zionnationalpark #zion #werutah #utah #visitutah #nationalparks #southernutah #thenarrows #landscapephotography #zioncanyon #sunset #hikingadventures #welivetoexplore #ospreypacks #ospreyskarab30 #exploreourearth #nikond750 #nikkor1635 #nikonusa #nikonnofilter #virginriver #travelphotography

3 days ago
Back in Jordan for the 3rd time. This time I grabbed my family and showed them the wonders of the Middle East. I was able to spend most of the time relaxing and making plans for the rest of the year. I pulled out my camera only a few times the whole trip. It was really refreshing to enjoy the location rather then scrambling to shoot and get every angle. Shout out to my brother for helping out.
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Back in Jordan for the 3rd time. This time I grabbed my family and showed them the wonders of the Middle East. I was able to spend most of the time relaxing and making plans for the rest of the year. I pulled out my camera only a few times the whole trip. It was really refreshing to enjoy the location rather then scrambling to shoot and get every angle. Shout out to my brother for helping out.

4 days ago
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