Chris McKillican Photography

Winters Coat

Hoar frost covers the branch of a alder in the Ashlu Valley, Near Squamish British Columbia,Canada Captured on a Nikon D4 with 500mm F4.

Night Reflections on the Stawamus Chief

On a rare night when the tides, clear skies, moonlight and calm winds came together for this view of the Second Largest rock monolith in the world. Squamish, British Columbia , Canada. Nikon D4 with a 24-70

The Shadow's Ridge

Old winter shadows fall on the Cayoosh Range, Looking towards Marriott Basin in Southwest British Columbia. Taken with a NIkon D700 using a Nikor 24-70 2.8.

Keep Your Eye on the Prize

Near Whistler British Columbia, this Weimaraner hunts down incoming snowballs. Taken with a Nikon D4 Using a 70-200mm Lens.

Prairie Roots

After being away from the prairies for over 23 years it's scenes like this I miss the most. Taken with a Nikon D4 Using a Nikor 50mm f1.4

Navajo Spirits Rock

When I look at this photograph, I like the many forms and figures that be be found, the tumble weed blew in moments before the long exposure as if not wanting to miss being in the shot. Taken in a Nikon D700 using a Nikor 16-35mm lens

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Horseshoe Bend at Sunrise

A Classic view looking towards the visual striking Horseshoe Bend. Taken with Nikon D700 using a Nikor 17-35mm Lens

Natures Feast

Nearing the end of the salmon spawn on the Chekamus river, British Columbia, the seasons last few scraps are more precious, leaving the gulls to compete for food even with their own shadow. Taken with a Nikon D800E using a Nikor 500mm F4

Rivers Wreck

At first glance I thought this was a car frame, As I got closer I recognized it as frame that is used for rack shelving. It also serves as a sad reminder on how bad the backcounry areas are polluted with litter.

©chris mckillican 2013