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At the southern reaches of the Canadian Rockies, this spectacular peak rises above the surrounding plateau crossing the Continental Divide.
First Nations, including Crow and Blackfoot, used Crowsnest Pass to cross the Rockies for centuries prior its discovery by the first European explorers.
The area has a rich history and contains some of the most unique mountain peaks in Canada.
Arguably the most scenic stretch of canyon in Arizona, Horseshoe Bend can provide spectacular views in the right conditions. Shaped over centuries as the Colorado River
cut into the red Navajo Sandstone below, it is often mistaken for the Grand Canyon, though actually located 140 miles northeast from the North Rim, near the Utah border.
A golden moment as the sun peaks over Mt. Kaslo, illuminating Kootenay Lake with the first rays of the day.
Chasing natural light for a living can often be frustrating, but also extremely rewarding. Countless factors come into play, ultimately deciding the success or failure of capturing
an image the way envisioned. Unlike shooting in a studio where lighting and subject matter can be controlled, a photographer is at the mercy of the elements...
a little cloud cover or light breeze rippling the surface of the lake, and these beautiful mountain reflections and the transparent lake surface vanish.
I could visit the same location 100 times without successfully capturing this scene again.
The simple, stark beauty of a winter landscape, the black & white portrait of Nature.
Angry storm clouds gather over the sandstone monoliths of Arches National Park, promising an imminent demonstration
of the natural forces that have shaped these unique geological formations over centuries.
Call of the Wild
A timeless view of Mount Tecumseh. Straddling the border of B.C. and Alberta at the southern reaches of the Canadian Rockies,
this stunning natural monolith calls to adventure seekers and those still looking to get lost in the wild.
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