#Nevermissamoment Explore the Sky with Motorola Moto G4 Plus
We are blessed to live in British Columbia with its breathtaking landscapes. From the Pacific Ocean to the Rocky Mountains, British Columbia is renowned for its rugged coastlines, rain forests and snow-capped mountains. We’ve partnered with Motorola to explore our beautiful province by air, sea and land. We couldn’t be more excited to #NeverMissAMoment with our first extraordinary experience – British Columbia seen from the sky!
The Motrola Moto G4 Plus is the latest addition to the Moto G Family. The Moto G4 Plus is an impressive, boasting a 5.5 inch 1080p screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 with 2 GB of RAM, a 3,000 mAh battery, a 5 megapixel front camera & a 16 megapixel back camera.
On a warm, summer afternoon, we started our #NeverMissAMoment adventure at Harbour Air seaplane terminal in Coal Harbour. All of these photos were taken on the Motorola Moto G4 Plus – how’s that for camera quality!
Covering 1000 acres, Stanley Park is one of Vancouver’s most iconic landmarks. It was named “Best Park in the World” by Tripadvisor in 2014 and attracts over 8 million visitors each year. At the park, you can go for a swim, enjoy a picnic, play tennis and run along the Seawall.
There are 40,000 islands in British Columbia. Bowen Island is a 20 minute ferry ride from Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver. It’s a quiet island known for its sandy beaches & extensive hiking and mountain biking trails.
Howe Sound is Canada’s longest southern fjord. It extends for 42km from West Vancouver northwards to Squamish.
We soar over the Sea to Sky highway, one of the most scenic drives connecting Vancouver to Whistler.
Within 30 minutes, we reached the Coastal Mountains at epic speed!
It was an awesome experience to get a bird’s eye view of the snowcapped mountains and the Moto G4 Plus captured every second of it.
Mamquam Icefield is located at southern end of Garibaldi Provincial Park. It’s the highest peak of the Mount Mamquam at 2,600 meters / 8,450 feet.
The picturesque, blue water of Mamquam Lake. It is located in the valley between the Opal Cone and Mamquam Mountain.
On the way back, we flew by Whytecliff Lighthouse Park in West Vancouver. It was an awe-inspiring experience seeing the vast landscape of BC from sea to sky.
Up in the air, we encountered challenging lighting situations as the glorious sun peeked out from the clouds and created a glare when reflected on the water. The Moto G4 Plus phase detect auto focus came to our rescue – it was quick and responsive at 10,000 feet and eliminated any issues, allowing us to completely capture every moment we wanted. The camera “pro” mode was great, giving us the flexibility to alter the white balance, ISO and exposure on the fly (see what I did there?) The details in my photos was sharp, with vibrant colours and excellent dynamic range. We’re super excited for our next experience – exploring British Columbia by land with Motorola!