Lake O'Hara allllwwwaaayyyss delivers. Can you spot the cabin?
A perfectly serene mountain moment in Jasper National Park. . . Accompanied by a not so serene caption. If only Parks Canada would stop the monopolized motor boat tours to this spot. It might even get back some of the Spirit for which it was named. While you're at it, stop driving great big trucks onto the glaciers to 'educate' people about global warming and it's effects on the retreating ice. What an embarrassing cop out for everyone involved. Keep the Parks wild.
A clearing snow storm in Kananaskis country reveals freshly blanketed peaks. Continuing the moody images of late, maybe it's the tech issues (broken drone, laptop and now a slightly waterlogged lens). Hopefully I'll be sharing some new images soon!
I love playing with telephoto compression when shooting landscapes. Here's one from Mt. Athabasca before the smoke arrived.
Crystal clear skies and crystal blue lakes in the British Columbia backcountry.
Western Canada is burning and the skies are all a haze. Fingers crossed it doesn't take until the first snows to extinguish them this year!
A cold, moody image to cool you down on this hot and smoky day in the Canadian Rockies.
The lone lake Minnewanka tree. Not to be confused with that lone lake Wanaka tree.
Rapidly retreating Patagonian ice.
Spruce and Spray Lakes
Dreaming of days before Friday when my MacBook crashed and i lost a whoooolllllleeeeee lotta photos. Thanks for the sweet update apple.
Can't wait for some more of this golden action in a couple of months time!
This one is dedicated to the strangers in the canoe
Something a bit different today. Jasper National Park in black and white circa 2014.
The happy birthday girl in a very happy birthday kinda place.
Waking up in this cabin was an incredible way to start Lauren's birthday earlier this week! . . Just kidding they're $1000 a night