The Lower Falls in Johnston's Canyon were just starting to thaw providing some really...View Photo
Sunrise captured on Vermillion Lakes with Mt Rundle reflected in the water with intense...View Photo
Calgary Alberta Canada skyline during a chinook at sunset taken on my way home from work....View Photo
Here you'll find hard hitting facts and facinating truths about nature photography and the outdoors lifestyle. I have a lot of stories to share, tips to give, and nude photos (of my dog).
I'm very happy to share the work of one of my photography heros: Dan Jurak. Dan's work was one of the reasons I decided to try photography and his photos still amaze me today.Read More
For the longest time I seriously believed that my camera was controlling the weather. There are still days where I wonder if the two aren't correlated. Allow me to explain...Read More
Canada has three coasts: a Left one, a Right one, and an Up one. This fall my wife and I flew West.Read More
You never know what you'll see around the next bend in the trail; a calm lake, sun breaking through the trees, or perhaps a mountain goat riding a jet ski. When the lighting is right these scenes come alive and I capture them creatively with my camera.
For me being out in the wilderness is super fun-ness bigtime! Alongside the photos there are pretty words describing the adventures that coincide with a nature photographer's lifestyle. These tales are sexy, interesting, funny, angry, and a whole lot of other things.
This website focuses on the good stuff: nature, the outdoors lifestyle, and photography. Although I describe some of my own techniques there is no contempt for other styles of photography, no bashing of brandnames, and no politics.
The work comes from the Canadian Rockies, the Alberta Prairies, and the Pacific Northwest. I make a conscious effort to keep my subject matter narrowed to the local landscape but you never know, maybe one day I'll have a gallery full of pelvic thrusting polar bear pictures.
I'm as Canadian as a beaver in a toque playing hockey while drinking a kiloliter of maple syrup. Although I think the whole world is beautiful nothing can compare to the Great White North.
I am very proud of where I live and my heritage. When I think of Canada I picture unspoiled wilderness, mountains, wildlife and natural beauty.
Any scene can look good with the right composition and light. However, these spots always look incredible.
You'll never see me say that a camera lens is so incredible that it will turn your old underwear into a pasta strainer!
Instead I try to be open and honest about processing and techniques to promote landscape photography. I'm motivated by contributing to the community not by a marketing plan.
Being environmentally friendly is important to me and that's why this website was handcrafted with eco-friendly code and nature-inspired designs.
I try to support companies that promote sustainability and help protect the outdoors. I also do my part by staying on trails, not littering, and being a good forest visitor.