After Graham Osborne shot the Peace River valley for British Columbia Magazine’s Fall 2008 issue, Art Director Ken Seabrook paid him the highest compliment. “I’ve never seen the Peace photographed like this,” he said of the award-winning photographer’s submission. “So often, it’s all yellow canola fields and old barns. I had no idea there were places like this.”
The White Rock photographer, who employs large- and medium-format traditional cameras in much of his work, has captured the full diversity of landscapes along this iconic northeast river, which originates in the northern Rocky Mountains.
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