One of the great perks of architectural photography, is travelling to destinations that you might not have otherwise planned. Working on assignment for Dialog this week, I visited Pender Island for the first time. Beautiful mid-August weather, the Fall Fair, and enjoying fresh crab at our quiet cabin were among the highlights. The Island itself is filled with an array of ocean access points and stunning vistas to Boundary Pass, Swanson Strait, and neighbouring Gulf Islands both in Canada and the United States. More on the shoot soon, in the meantime here are a few images of the peaceful landscape.