Cool ass fire truck in a gorgeous setting …

Okay, perhaps I should have toned down the title here, but I’ve written two previous posts about the gorgeous country that I encountered in British Columbia and how it impacted my decisions to provide images of their new fire engine to my client.

2018 E-ONE Cyclone II 4x4 fire engine in Terrace BC
Photographed from atop a pickup truck, this shot emphasizes the background and highlights the lines of the trestle bridge and river in the distance. Larry Shapiro photo
Commercial photographer Larry Shapiro photographing a fire engine in Terrace, BC.
Perched on top of a pickup to achieve the shot … rainbow was a bonus. Larry Shapiro photo
Commercial photographer Larry Shapiro photographing a fire engine in Terrace, BC.
It’s a true blessing to have the opportunity to travel to beautiful places, meet wonderful people, and play with fire trucks! Larry Shapiro photo

This first image was created in the rocky, dry section of Ferry island surrounded by the Skeena River as highlighted in yesterday’s post. Clearly, the rocks lent themselves perfectly to the off-road design of the truck. The mountains in the background lacking full definition serve to bring out the lines of the trestle bridge. The fisherman just added a Norman Rockwell aspect to the final image.

2018 E-ONE Cyclone II 4x4 fire engine in Terrace BC
Photographed from ground level this time accentuates the high suspension of the truck making it bigger and more impressive. Cue the fisherman … move to the front . Larry Shapiro photo
2018 E-ONE Cyclone II 4x4 fire engine in Terrace BC
Larry Shapiro photo

Another scenic location with mountains slightly obscured by wildfires that spewed smoke throughout the Pacific Northwest this summer.

2018 E-ONE Cyclone II 4x4 fire engine in Terrace BC
Larry Shapiro photo

Beautiful pine forests were another aspect of the beauty surrounding the town of Terrace.

2018 E-ONE Cyclone II 4x4 fire engine in Terrace BC
Larry Shapiro photo

One last shot that I wanted to create with the combination of trees and rocks to show the rugged country and beauty.

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