Banner Archive

I thought it would be fun to include the old banners here and a short explanation of each. Click on the pic for larger view (header size).

winter road banner
A look up the winter road which leads to Trout Lake
River Between Two Mountains banner
The River Between Two Mountains, in Canada's NWT
winter highway banner
Mackenzie Highway on a sunny December day
beaver sunrise banner
Beaver floatplane on the Mackenzie River one morning
axe handle creek banner
Axe Handle Creek (along the Mackenzie Highway)
camsell range banner
Flying over the Mackenzie River, with the Camsell Range in the distance (thanks to Simpson Air)
chinchaga river banner
The lovely Chinchaga River
bison on bridge banner
Three bison crossing the Hay River the easy way!
york boat sunset banner
The York boat at sunset on the Peace River
moose banner
A moose watches us as we approach in our canoe (on the Chinchaga River)
birdfeeder banner
Spring birdfeeder
Mushikitee Island banner
Trees changing colour on Mushikitee Island, on the Peace River
above kayak banner
Looking down on my kayak from a high bank on the Peace River
peace river banner
The Peace River
elk banner
Elk along the shore of the Peace River
Kayak banner
Water and kayak (on the Peace River)
autumn valley banner
Beautiful autumn valley
Peace River channel banner
A side channel on the Peace River, near La Crete
Notikewin River banner
Where the Notikewin River flows into the Peace River
winter trees banner
Winter trees near the Boyer River
Pacific Beach Park banner
Oceanside at Pacific Beach Park, near San Diego
High Flyer banner
High flyer (with zoom lens)
november-sky-banner
November sunset with unusual clouds
china-banner
The entrance arch at the Lama Temple, Beijing, China
assumption-banner
From the top of a hill near Rainbow Lake, looking towards Assumption
summer-field-banner
A field of barley at my parents' farm
summer-storm-banner
A summer storm approaching fast
The Peace River
The Peace River
A stretch of highway during a spring snowstorm.
A stretch of highway during a spring snowstorm
A friend flying his R44 helicopter (I was in a Jetranger beside)
A friend flying his R44 helicopter (I was in a Jetranger beside)
This is the Hay River, at Alexandra Falls. The pics of the falls themselves weren't suitable for a header, but this one shows the canyon nicely.
This photo was taken in the bush near the Peace River, on a trail at the tiny campground that is just north of the river.
Taken somewhere on the highway near Whitecourt.
Taken somewhere on the highway near Whitecourt.
When we went to Ottawa, we took a sightseeing flight over the city.  I took this from the plane, as the pilot made several banking turns over Parliament!  Awesome!  (It's not faked or retouched at all!)
When Darren and I went to Ottawa, we took a flight over the city. This pic was taken as the pilot made several banking turns over Parliament. Awesome!
This is another one I tried as a header, but it didn't look quite a good.  I swear these photos are not retouched in at all!
This is another one I tried as a header, but it didn't work out quite as good. None of these photos are retouched at all!
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Photo taken from the beach at Stone Island, Mazatlan, Mexico. :)
Taken during the Feb 21, 2008 total lunar eclipse. (not during totality)

One thought on “Banner Archive

    Paul Pepin said:
    November 1, 2009 at 12:29 am

    Teresa…As a pastor and a person who appreciates visuals to represent concepts that are often difficult to express, I just wanted to thank you for providing these at no cost. You have a talent I don’t possess- yet, your willingness to share these talents with me benefit me and others. Thanks for making them available. Paul in S. Carolina

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