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Joseph Boltrukiewicz

Digital Journalist based in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Joined on Sep 15, 2009

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Photo Essay: On the movie set 'Dibukk Box' Special

New Westminster - The short photo story is from the set of the movie that originally was titled "Dibukk Box" but it was finally changed to "The Possessions" after being released in August 2012.

Photo Essay: Walking the Lighthouse Park, West Vancouver Special

Vancouver - Declared as a National Historic Site of Canada, the Lighthouse Park in West Vancouver is a very popular destination for both the visitors and Vancouverites alike.

Photo Essay: On the streets of San Francisco Chinatown Special

San Francisco - First Chinese people arrived and settled in San Francisco in the middle of 19th century. On the area of 24 street blocks, around Stockton Street and Grant Avenue, they made it the most spectacular place of Chinese character in the entire North America.

Photo Essay: Aboriginal Day in Vancouver Special

Vancouver - Aboriginal Community of Greater Vancouver celebrated its annual Aboriginal Day on Coast Salish Territory. This year the celebration was held at Trout Lake Park in Vancouver.

Photo Essay: Graced with Light shines on in San Francisco, CA Special

San Francisco - Anne Patterson, the Artist in Residence for the Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, CA created this art installation early in spring 2013 that suprises all visitors to the cathedral in the centre of the city.

Photo Essay: Clear cutting at Chehalis Lake, BC Special

Vancouver - Rich and pristine British Columbia forests keep disappearing from our sight at alarming rate. The environmentalists define it as the loss of biodiversity where record numbers of plant and animal species face extinction .

Op-Ed: Urban landscape — Your average cell phone shots Special

Vancouver - Urban landscape - a very popular theme amongst all photographers. How many times, however, do we happen to carry the camera with us when we venture into this urban jungle? Very rarely, right? Then the cell phone comes handy, almost all of us have it.

Photo Essay: Spring on Colony Farm, Port Coquitlam Special

Port Coquitlam - Recent weekend sunny weather was a great occasion to take a peek at nature's new signs of life at Colony Farm in Port Coquitlam.

Op-Ed: The faces of the Green Man Special

Vancouver - The Green Man showed up at the beginning of the CelticFest Vancouver event and right away sparked my imagination. He was present and interacting with almost everyone during the opening show. Who is he?

Photo essay: Surreal scenery of Stave Lake Special

Maple Ridge - Expected burst of spring like and sunny weather, combined with Easter long weekend brought a lot of activity to Stave Lake outside of Maple Ridge, BC.

Op-Ed: Vancouver's Venue not a good venue for Wishbone Ash Special

Vancouver - After several years of absence from Vancouver, Andy Powell and his band Wishbone Ash brought back on Wednesday night the music of their timeless album “Argus” to Venue nightclub.

The beginning of 9th Annual CelticFest in Vancouver Special

Vancouver - A significant share of 12% people of Irish descent in the entire population of Vancouver started their 9th explosion of festivals and cultural events under common name of the Annual CelticFest Vancouver.

Op-Ed: Glimpses of San Francisco Special

San Francisco - There's no other city like this on the west coast of the North American continent. Vancouver is beautifully located and LA is stuffed with all celebrities renowned in the whole world.

International Buddhist Temple, Richmond, BC Special

Richmond - International Buddhist Temple in Richmond, BC, is a piece of an Oriental world in the area of Greater Vancouver. It's a world of its own with colours, music, scent of incense and atmosphere of something different within an easy reach for everybody.

Sardis Secondary Drumline performance Special

Vancouver - Vancouver Art Gallery area facing Robson Street in downtown Vancouver, weekend early afternoon, rhythmic drumbeating heard from many directions, lots of people passing by, but also many of them stop and enjoy both music and the show itself.

'A girl in the picture' shares her life story of survival Special

Richmond - Phan Thị Kim Phúc, known as "the girl in the picture", international peace symbol and global peace ambassador, came to Richmond's The Way Community Church to share her personal stories of survival from atrocities of Vietnam War.

Op-Ed: Photo Essay — People at work Special

People at work have always fascinated me. Hands occupied by something they work with and the artists with their magical objects they make music with. Their eyesight almost always off from the camera's lens.

Photo Essay: Log booms on Fraser River Special

New Westminster - According to Wikipedia's definition, a log boom is a barrier placed in a river, designed to collect and or contain floating logs timbered from nearby forests, sometimes called a fence or bag.

Op-Ed: Photo Essay — Old push bars renovation Special

Vancouver - This photo essay is in no way about travel shots and visited places rich in history and traditions, neither lovely pets nor colours of nature. It's about some rust and unattractive look converted into something nicer, more practical, and protective.

Photo Essay: Night ride around Stanley Park, Vancouver Special

Vancouver - Night ride around Stanley Park, the second largest city park in Canada (after Nose Hill Park in Calgary) can bring a lot of night light photo adventures.
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