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Quiet, late evening fall image of the bay at Ellison Provincial Park in Vernon, BC. Diving birds, trout rising, a beautiful calm moment without the hustle and bustle of regular life. Shot with my new Nikon Z7, 24-70mm f4.

Driving back from Bella Coola this past summer was this tranquil scene in Lac La Hache. Yeah it looks like early morning fog, but it’s actually forest fire smoke. Who knew it could create such a peaceful look. Shot with a Nikon D810 and 70-200mm F2.8, ultra high res stitched.

From the top of the Abbott Ridge Trail facing east in Glacier National Park, this 30M pixel panorama shows several mountain ranges and individual peaks including Mt. Sir Donald at over 10,600 ft, the Illecillewaet glacier, the Rogers Pass summit, highway #1, and much much more. A fabulous hiking area that I personally...

Captured this beauty at 5am while backpacking in Mt. Robson Provincial Park. Stitched HDR panorama from the shoreline of Berg Lake, this is the backside of Mt. Robson on a clear beautiful June morning, something you don’t see from the highway. That’s the Mist Glacier in the middle of the image, and way over on the left...

Shot from the McDougall Rim high above Rose Valley Lake, this East-facing panoramic view of Kelowna captures an enormous amount of the Kelowna area including Big White and Little White. This is a ultra-high res stitched panorama in a 1:4 format.

Visited Astoria, Seaside, and Cannon Beach over the weekend, and got real lucky with the weather. Shot with my little Nikon Coolpix A which does an extraordinary job for me. My first attempt at a whole gallery so hopefully you can see them all. ­čÖé

Late season hikes on Enderby Cliffs can be unpredictable. On this day we were in snow, fog, sun, mud, wet, cold, and more, but that doesn’t mean that it’s not breathtaking and majestic. The fog added mystery and grandeur compared to other photos I’d taken there, and somehow a depth. The people created perspective and...

Panoramic view of Calgary on Thanksgiving weekend just when the sun disappeared over the Rocky Mountains to the west. The warm glow filtered over the entire scene of this East-facing view on a brisk autumn evening. Shot with a Nikon D810, 70-200 lens at 200mm, stitched panorama, f13 at 2 seconds each. Native...