About this Site

Fintry Provincial Park, British Columbia, is located approx 34 kms north of Kelowna or 49 kms south of Vernon. It includes 360 hectares of the former Fintry Estate, now a heritage site. More than 2km of waterfront is surrounded by mountains and deep canyons. Shorts Creek passes through a deep canyon creating a series of waterfalls and deep pools.

Here is a link to the Fintry Provincial Park page.

Early in Dec 2018, I took a trip to Fintry to spend some time at the falls. Below are links to some of the media I took, including some drone video. Be sure to check out and navigate around the Panoramas.


I recently began using Neutral Density (ND) filters for shooting running water. The effect, in case you aren't aware, is the water becomes indistinct, and looks like a veil. The next two collections are some shots of the Fintry Waterfall taken with a 10-stop ND filter. The caption indicates the length of the exposure.


Here is some video footage shot with my drone.


Most of these panoramas are 360 degree, though one is 180 degrees, across the cliff face.  The Panorama looks best if viewed in full screen. Click on the icon on the upper right hand corner (with 4 arrows pointing outward).

To properly view the Panoramas, if you have a touch screen, drag your finger across the screen and the Panorama scrolls around. Same effect using a mouse (click and hold) on a non-touch device.

Also, with a phone or a tablet, you should be able to stand, hold the device level with your eyes and turn around. The image should scroll as if you are actually there turning your head.