Tonquin Valley - Jasper National Park
I’m jealous of anyone who lives near mountains.
I printed up a couple 20 x 30” canvas prints of one of my favourite shots from Jasper.
Jasper Lake Sunrise - 5:31am - July 15, 2014.
Wabasso Campground - Jasper National Park.
This is a framed 12x18” photo of mine at Nancy Johns Gallery here in Windsor. It is a panoramic of the abandoned Marmora mine about an hour north of Peterborough, On.
Its a personal favourite of mine and I would buy it myself if I didn’t just spend a small fortune on car repairs.
Thanks. I’ll probably post some soon. I’ve never posted much of them yet because I’ve been reluctant to do them and didn’t want to promote it haha. But I’m more comfortable with doing them now.
I have a few on flickr. This link should work. I forget if I have it set on private or not.
I’m working on the wedding I shot before my trip right now. A little behind on my editing. I shot one in Edmonton too. So I have to get those done before I can get to all the shots from my trip.
I’ve never been more determined to make my life what I want it to be. A lot of change and a lot of work will be required but I’m finally ready and I’ve got nothing to lose.
Watch for a lot of new photography on this page in the near future. I’ve got a lot of new stuff waiting for attention.
Hwy 16 - Jasper National Park - Alberta, Canada.
Mt. Kerkeslin at sunset from the gorge at the bottom of Athabasca Falls.
July 14, 2014 - Jasper National Park - Alberta, Canada
Back home in Windsor, reluctantly. Had an amazing/inspiring/motivating time in the Canadian Rockies. So many amazing photos to go through. I’ll try to get one or two posted tonight. Then I have to get to work on the two recent weddings. I think I have enough photos to work on to get me through the winter.
I missed the mountains before I even left. But I know I’ll be back.
A video I did recently on Windsor’s own Canada Dan and his Canada House. Happy Canada Day everyone.
A week from tomorrow I’ll be getting on my first plane, to Edmonton to be the photographer for a friends wedding. Then I’ll be spending a week in and around Jasper National Park.
Two weeks from now I’ll be sitting in this exact location. (photo from Parks Canada).