Sep 23, 2014

Dinosaur Provincial Park: Part 1

The badlands found in Dinosaur Provincial Park near Brooks, Alberta are something truly incredible. The park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of only 17 in Canada, and is noted for being one of the richest locales for dinosaur fossils in the world. The stunning landscape is beautifully diverse and features some of the most iconic geology that Alberta is famous for. I shot this series hiking through the park this summer.

Sep 22, 2014

Bridal Veil Falls in Banff National Park

Located along the Icefield Parkway in Banff National Park, I stopped to check out Bridal Veil Falls on my drive to Jasper. Like most everything along this stretch of the Rockies, it was one stunning view after another. This waterfall was no exception.

Sep 19, 2014

On the Road in Kananaskis: Part 1

A rainy afternoon with moody skies, a quiet road, and breathtaking views are what greeted me as I drove Highway 40 north into Kananaskis Country. This isn't how I imagined this portion of my Rocky Mountain road trip, but after the sunny day I had in Waterton Lakes it was actually beautiful to capture the mountains in a completely different scene.

The sound of the rain falling through the pine trees, fog swirling around mountain peaks, and plenty of mountain goats complimented my journey. Because I was taking the long way north to Canmore, I was almost completely by my lonesome that afternoon. I can't express what a euphoric experience it was to continually stop along the road and have such incredible scenery all to myself. Time didn't matter, I could just drive, explore, and get lost.  

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