Though it was Owen Perry’s out-of-this-world collection of nightscape photography (featured below) that drew DashBurst’s attention, Perry has a long history of exploration and photography. Perry, an interactive web designer and visual artist from Whistler, British Columbia, took the photos below while camping out at Blackcomb Peak in British Columbia. On his Circa 1983 blog, […]
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