On the furtherest most point of North America sits Cape Spear. The lighthouse signals you have made it to Canada.
The beautiful Lake Louise a crown jewel of the Rockies. When the sun hits it just right the jewel shines.
Like walking on a ink blot test.
Close to the heart.
Searching the countless stacks of bubbles at Abraham feels like a treasure hunt and when you find the perfect one its like hitting the lotto.
Watching the sun rise behind the mountains bathing the sky in crimson wishing the moment could last a lifetime.
Every step causing your heart to race, the sounds of the ice shifting with thunderous booms.
Between the fine line of fall and winter is the chance to stand inside a real life snow globe.
The beautiful serene mornings in the mountains.
When the water calms you find what lies beneath.
Lost in the woods with still mornings.
Life finds a way to grow and to flow.
When the wind blows just right the clouds take on another life.
The houndstooth peak vaulting above.
Deep in the mountains of British Columbia jagged peaks reach far into the sky.
First the sky lights up then the sun warms the skin finally the moment warms the heart.
In the lowest temps beautiful frost forms at the edges of Bow Lake.
Gentle flowers made of crystals bloom in the night and wilt under the sun.
When the water finally calms and the temperatures fall thats when you can find a new path.
Calming moments as the days end.
Iceberg alley, off the coast of Newfoundland where the icebergs pass by from Greenland.
On the east coast of Canada the land meets the ocean creating incredible vistas.
Out in the prairies on the final sunset of the year mother nature gave her own fireworks.
To stand out, loud and proud.
The backbone of any homestead, the barn, creates a place to sleep and work until the family has enough to build the rest of the homestead.
As the sun breaks, light floods the fields nurturing the planet.
The morning stillness is always so calming. The crisp air, cool water and sounds of nature fill your ears.
When the sky turns dark and the winds increase thats when the fun begins.
Three sister stand guard over the entrance to the Rocky Mountains bathed in red.
Winter lakes shifting, changing, booming underneath your feet causing incredible cracks in the ice.
Along the mountain rivers beautiful waterfalls roar with excitement.
For decades the ice has crept forward pushing, carving the landscape.
From the depths of the lake gasses rise becoming trapped in the ice forming beautiful layers of bubbles.
Over the bridge and through the forest, finding your way to serenity.
From the shoreline of this beautiful lake the sunrise can be seen lighting up the sky with incredible rays.
Travelling north through the Rockies sit many hidden gems, including the lone wolf howling as the fire in the sky burns.
Still waters, flowing clouds, thats were life allows you to ponder.
Standing in defiance, tall, strong and proud.
As winter takes hold in the Rockies the ice forms interesting patterns along the shores of lakes.
One of the gems of the Canadian Rockies, crystal clear waters, mountain peaks and explosive skies.
In the back country of BC a magical landscape sits silent waiting to be discovered.
In the badlands of Alberta you travel back through time to when the dinosaurs roamed the planet. Images like this are windows into the past
Hidden in the Canadian Rockies the Hounds Tooth rises into the sky to meet the Milky Way.
Under the cover of night the stars dance across the sky and the lakes become still reflecting their beauty.
Nestled high in the Rocky Mountains sit crystal clear lakes with tickling cascades and dark sky, so dark to see distant stars.