The beauty of having the freedom to go on the water as we wish is that we can witness some wildlife's natural behaviours. During the summer, as we were spending time on the boat in the Johnstone Strait ( off to Telegraph Cove and Alert Bay), we witnessed a few time some bald eagle feeding on schools of baits. What a show !! It was simply awesome to see them flying all over our heads, going down to the water as precise as surgeons, getting back in the air, dropping some of their precious harvest, and doing it all over again after unloading in the nest. hundreds of seagulls, all type of birds and ducks and tens of eagle were meeting for a few minutes for a feeding frenzy and ..... were disappearing as soon as the fish were going back deep in the water. Being at the good spot, at the perfect time is mainly a matter of luck and I guess we can say we've been very lucky a few times.
Laurence is a photographer moved from France to Canada in 2006.
With her camera she has as much pleasure capturing people and love, than she enjoys photographing wildlife and landscape.
She is open to any type of assignments, feels free to contact her : Email Laurence