(Click image to enlarge photograph)Maligne Canyon in Jasper National Park is an incredible must see attraction for tourists. Only about 20 minutes away from the townsite of Jasper, this magnificent canyon cuts its way through the valley. Travellers get many vantage points to see the falls from numerous bridges.
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On a chilly day in Waterton Lakes National Park, the clouds left us photographers alone for a couple of hours and we had some of the clearest and crisp views of the park I’ve ever seen. From up above the park, one can look out on the Prince of Wales hotel and Waterton Lake.
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Braving some of the windiest conditions I’ve ever seen on Waterton Lake, my friend Eymeric Widling and myself drove to the national park to take some photographs of some stunning mountain landscapes in winter time. My favourite part of this photograph looking south towards Montana is the snow drifting across the thin ice.
When driving through Southern Alberta, many of the best views are hard to take a photograph of because the shoulder of Highway 3 is so narrow. However, I parked my car in Lundbreck, Alberta and set out across the Highway and down through the fields to take a stunning landscape photo. (Click image to enlarge photograph)
Every now and again, the sun shines perfectly onto Crowsnest Mountain overlooking Coleman, Alberta. As I was driving through Blairmore, I noticed the perfect amount of light illumninating Coleman. If you’re interested in taking the perfect photograph, never pass up an opportunity to pull your car over to the side of the road and get out and snap a picture. You won’t regret it. (Click image to enlarge photograph)
On a chilly winter’s night, I waited outside until the sun went down below the mountains and then zoomed in on the moon. This was the first time I’ve actually taken a photograph of the moon, because before I never had the correct settings. Wherever you live, hopefully you enjoy this photograph of Earth’s moon. (Click image to enlarge photograph)
As the sun went down over the Calgary skyline, the setting sun threw the city scape into a dark sillhouette. With iconic buildings like the Calgary Tower and the Bow building set against the darkening skies, this is one of my favourite photographs of Calgary. (Click image to enlarge photograph)
As part of my job as a sports reporter for the Crowsnest Pass Promoter and Pincher Creek Echo, I had the opportunity to cover the Canadian Series moguls competition at Castle Mountain Resort. As a foot passenger, the Castle Mountain Resort staff were kind enough to let me ride the Green Chair to the top where I then walked the short distance to the mogul site. Instead of getting substandard photographs from the bottom looking up, I hiked partway up the course to get the full experience of racers coming off the jumps. (Click image to enlarge photograph)
On my drive home from work I stopped at Lundbreck Falls to take a photograph of the frozen waterfall. Not quite getting what I wanted from the viewing platform, I set off down the path, which was turned into a treacherous icy snow slide. I took one step and slid down four steps, gashing my leg. I still got my photograph. (Click image to enlarge photograph)