This week in Graham’s #30daychallenge we spend a couple days in Ottawa and Victoria where he is spending Christmas with his family. This is going to be a heavy photo post as his so many of his pictures were too stunning to choose from. This week we really start seeing him playing with the depth and detail of items. The colors are vibrant and clear and really speak to the holiday season but also to Graham’s own personal aesthetic. We hope you enjoy and we can’t wait to see you back next week!


December 12, 2016: A holly wreath on my house’s front door

December 12, 2016: A swing in my backyard covered in snow


December 14, 2016: A view of Vancouver from the plane


December 14, 2016: A decked-out tree I found during a walk in Brentwood Bay, near my grandmother’s house


December 14, 2016: A close-up of a bauble hanging from a tree in Brentwood Bay near my grandmother’s house


December 15, 2016: Inside of The Ditch, one of my favourite record stores, in downtown Victoria


December 15, 2016: A (slightly creepy) lamp post decoration featuring Scrooge and some mistletoe in downtown Victoria


December 16, 2016: Moss-covered trees at Todd-Garland National Park


December 16, 2016: An icy puddle at Todd-Garland National Park



December 16, 2016: Me and my cousin Holly outside of the Victoria International Airport, before her departure.



December 17, 2016: My dad holding up a Christmas-themed dream catcher in downtown Victoria



December 17, 2016: A Baha Fish taco I had for lunch at La Taqueria, a Mexican restaurant in Victoria


December 18, 2016: A set of acoustic guitars, plus an electric bass guitar, belonging to my friend Chris Caleb at his house in Victoria

Until next week!


— Alanna