Merry Christmas to all my friends local and international, I hope this holiday you end up somewhere on an adventure you didn't expect.
I went out to shoot a sunset at Peyto lake on Monday night with fellow photog Simon Rumford. What a great place to absorb some nature
S. Michael Hall, Mt Jimmy Junior, Banff National Park
S. Alan Hogg, Lake Louise Backcountry, Lake Louise Owned
The dream - not a bad looking job, might change the colour of the coat though ;)
The marshes below the original Cave & Basin in Banff National Park, provide colour even in the often colour challenged Rockies winter. taken Feb 6, 2013
S. Mixed, Emerald Peak, Yoho National Park
Pulpit peak outlier
Lake Louise owned99
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'The Wapta' - a magical day on the Wapta icefield last year mid Feb and warm(er) temperatures
Meghan taking in her first few turns of the year on the Wapta Icefield
Another day in paradise, Yoho National Park
Golden Fall - if you've never been to the Lake Louise and Moraine Lake areas this time of year, put it on your bucket list. It's an amazing sight. The larches also start to lose their needles and walking amongst them they can 'snow' their golden bounty down on you.
Banff from on high. A wider composition from wednesday night up on Sulphur. this one also includes Mt.Norquay and the North American runs, and my favourite local peak Mt. Aylmer (way back standing out above Lake Minnewanka
The land of green and blue. Banff's forests create some great atmosphere along the Bow River
The Ridge - this ridge overlooks Vermilion Lakes and Banff on Mt. Norquay.
'Adaptation to survive' - I suspect this tree on the shore of Horseshoe Lake has a lengthy and inspirational story of survival in Jasper National Park. I can almost feel it stretching and moving to glimpse the sun and take in it's warm embrace.
Banff from Bourgeau
Stormy sunrise in Banff - Vermilion Lakes is one of Banff's closest lakes, and photographed quite a lot, but each day seems to bring a different light that never disappoints.
The meadows of Mt. Athabasca - here's another shot from up my evening up high on the Icefields Parkway. This meadow is several hundred metres above the valley bottom and out of view from the throngs of visitors to the Columbia Icefield Centre