Mountains of Lake Minniwanka

•12/10/2018 • Leave a Comment


It was a cloudy morning on the shores of Lake Minniwanka Banff National Park. The lake water was not calm. I looked across to the far shore. The above composition caught my eye. I love the variation of the line patterns that can be seen. The dark shadows in the foreground to the ruggedness of the landscape create a unique composition.


•12/03/2018 • Leave a Comment


A short drive from Kimberly, BC brought us to St. Mary’s Lake. A beautiful little lake. Mountains all around. My brother Bob and I spent a couple hours here as I proceeded to photograph.

Marysville Falls

•11/25/2018 • Leave a Comment


Bob and I drove to Marysville, BC to photograph a small waterfalls.  It is located on Mark Creek. It is just a short walk on a boardwalk path. Marysville Falls is a 30 meter waterfalls.

We did not spend much time here. The rain came, so I quickly captured the above scene.



Lake Louise, Banff

•11/18/2018 • Leave a Comment


Lake Louise, Banff National Park, Alberta

Simpson Monument, Kootenay National Park, British Columbia

•11/13/2018 • 1 Comment

AS we drove through Kootenay National Park, my brother Bob stopped at Simpson Monument. I instantly fell in love with this location. The mountain slopes show the remains of a forest fire from the past.



Lake Minniwanka Banff National Park

•11/05/2018 • 2 Comments


I discovered this little bay off of Lake Minniwanka. There was a point of land with some color. The lake water was quieting down a bit, so their was some reflection available.The towering mountains in the background

Peyto Lake Banff National Park

•10/28/2018 • 1 Comment


This vibrant blue glacier-fed lake, located about 40 km (25 mi) north of Lake Louise in Banff National Park, is a popular stop for visitors travelling along the famed Icefields Parkway. Throughout the summer months, glacier rock flour flows into the lake, which gives the water its breathtaking colour.

Walking into the viewing area, we encountered snow. There were many people constantly coming and going here. I could not capture the whole of Peyto Lake. I lacked a wide-angled lense to get the whole lake into the photo.

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