This was one of three cubs of the year that were cruising along Maligne Lake Road in Jasper, Alberta two summers ago. They were probably the cutest things I have ever seen (aside from my puppy). I hope to see them again this summer…much bigger, and healthy! AdvertisementsRead More Can’t get any cuter.
Come on guys. I had a great landscape shot set up! These bighorn sheep decided to crash my attempt at landscape photography, while in Jasper this past summer. After setting up my camera on a tripod and double checking the settings, I looked up and saw a herd/cackle/group/pasture…whatever the name is of these guys coming […]Read More What a way to ruin a photo!
An alternate view of my marmot friend. He was really checking my camera out, and after a few moments he decided it was safe to make faces at.Read More Hmmm…curious!
A good news post. I’ve been helping to support the Spirit Bear Youth Coalition for a while now and they are on the brink of victory. The victory is protecting this very unique and endangered kermode bear, or spirit bear, only found on the B.C. coast of Canada. Please read on for two ways you can […]Read More Photographs I love: D. Simon Jackson Photography
Kootenay National Park, near Radium Hot Springs in British Columbia. This baby moose was hanging out at Kindersley Pass trailhead, after I spotted him/her and its mom smack dab in the middle of the highway. Dangerous! Luckily no one else was around, and I made sure they shuffled off the road. I hope they didn’t […]Read More I know a really great place to find moose.
I captured a shot of my fiancee, who was capturing a shot of this enormous storm cloud that was forming over Maligne Lake Road in Jasper National Park. I’ve seen my share of storms over the years, but this cloud bank was very uniquely coloured and quickly developing. We took a few more shots, and […]Read More The coming storm.
I am starting a new series of posts that highlight some photographs that I have come across that I have fallen in love with. There are so many amazing photographers out there, and I come across tons of inspiring photos. The first in this series is from Dave Cooper Photography. This black bear cub is […]Read More Photographs I Love: Dave Cooper Photography
I have a favorite elk in Jasper National Park, Alberta. This is his friend, slightly smaller rack. But what I love about this photo is the colour of the water behind him, along with the green, purple and tan weeds. Something about the colour in the glacial lakes is absolutely breathtaking. I don’t think there […]Read More Mr. Elk’s Friend
Need some COFFEE!!! Taken in Jasper National Park, Alberta last August.Read More How I feel this morning:
This mountain goat baby was singing away. Gave a few lines from Les Miserable, and it sounded just as pure as gold. Or perhaps it was just actually yawning. You pick.Read More Opera in a National Park?