The best views are found when you get out of the Moraine Lake noise. This is still one of my favorite moments from Canada.
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Looking forward to a road trip to Saskatchewan! First stop on the road Dinosaur Provincial Park tonight 🔥
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Not exactly sure why @karl_shakur decided to stand up on an incredibly tippy canoe, but I rolled with it 👌🏼
📸 From an epic trip last Summer through the Rockies ⛰ #AllAboutAdventures
Cruising through the Canadian Rockies 🤙🏼
I’ll never forget the first time I laid eyes on the Rocky Mountains, the sheer size and beauty of the peaks blew my mind. There is just some kind of unique charm that the mountains have out in Alberta that get my everytime. 🤯 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ @braybraywoowoo’s snap with my edit & driving skillz 😊 #AllAboutAdventures
BEST case scenario...I didn't get eaten by bears but I did get a LOT of blueberries 😄
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6 Striking Reflections of Lake Louise
Lake Louise is definitely an early morning destination you won't want to miss if you're in Banff National Park, Canada.
Lake Louise is world famous for its turquoise lakes, the Victoria Glacier (in the middle of each photo), surrounded on the by Fairmont Mountain (left) and Mount Victoria (right). Which one is your favorite?
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Who are you?
Hello, my name is Norm and I work as an Account Specialist for an industrial supplier.
How did you get started with photography?
I discovered photography during a trip to Japan several years ago. I had only my iPhone at the time but when I got back to Toronto, I decided to invest in a proper camera. Having a background in Fine Arts and Design, like many people I ended up working in a completely unrelated industry. Photography had become the creative outlet I had been missing for so long.
What do you like to shoot and where?
I generally like to shoot cityscapes and urban settings. And I seem to have an affinity for taking highway shots. I’ve always had a love for dark, moody tones. Sunset is great, rainy days with a lot of drama in the skies. Moving forward, I would like to take more night shots, sunrise and long exposure. . .
Some days I think we all feel like this Elephant Seal looks: squishy and pancake-like. This male has a well developed proboscis, that trunk-like structure that extends his nose. This look is caused by an inflated sac in the nose which the animal uses to make the burpy roar it will need in territorial disputes. This fella also needs a good swim to wash some of those greens his belly!
Bow lake still steeped in the early morning mist on our first full day exploring banff national park
Feels like a lifetime ago especially with the thought of going back to work tomorrow holiday blues are kicking in .