Missing the warmth of summer and my favourite reading spot. ❤️ Now I am wondering, do you have a favourite place to read or am I just next level nerdy? 🤓
You can find me in my next favourite reading spot today. On my couch with a fuzzy blanket, a lit candle and Becoming by @michelleobama. 😍 ~
too lucky to have these two in my life 💛 looking forward to December - its going to be filled with slow mornings, family and friend gatherings, and my eyes having a break from the editing world... almost there 🙌
Some people think of Winter as the season of darkness and the cold, but I feel it’s the season to celebrate closeness, appreciate the Light, and let the simple moments of Life bring warmth to our hearts.
Say a friendly hello to Scarbrow, the Nanuk [polar bear] Outlaw of Churchill. 👋🏻 I got word that this infamous large male bear returned to visit the community of Churchill this season! He is well known for tipping over garbages and getting thrown in bear-jail! Yep, seriously. 😂 Such resistance - I love him! In this photo he just woke up in his bed of kelp (hence his dirty rear end) and he is catching our scents as our team huddled around watching his every move in captivation. It warmed my heart to hear he is still happy and hunting on our Hudson Bay tundra.
Photographed for Canadian Geographic (@cangeo) last season with @churchillwildsafaris. #sharecangeo
Holy Eff! This 20/1.4 lens is frickin amazeballs! Makes the stars pop out of the screen! 😍😍😍 I CANT WAIT TILL MILKY WAY SEASON STARTS AGAIN!
And unsurprisingly, the depth of field is razor thin. Might need to work on my focus stacking technique... 🙃
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If you're looking for a condo to rent, Duke Furnished Suites is the place to go. It's a 2 minute walk from the CN tower, Rogers Center, and Ripley's aquarium. The balconies have stunning views and there's also a rooftop pool and sundeck 🏊🏻♂️🌞
My best friend. Thank you. 💙 Lately I’m realizing that a relationship isn’t so much about always having the exact same interests, but simply being enthusiastically willing to participate in each other’s. (Canmore, Alberta — November 2018)
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I got tired of chasing likes and followers, gratification from who the algorithm decided to show my images too. So I took a break.
That wasn’t why I got into photography, I wasn’t enjoying the game. I’m changing my focus, not to show what you like this particular season, but to show what I like, what I see. .
5am at East Tuchodi Lake back in July. From my recollection, crawling out of my tent to this glassy scene ignited a sense of peace and gratitude.
Last week we spent some time in the bustling metro that is Vancouver. A city I’ve spent plenty of time in before, I couldn’t help but feel rattled by the constant buzz and hum of a place that seemingly never sleeps. Staying above Granville likely didn’t help, but the energy just feels much darker than back home. A lot of the trials and tribulations the city faces are a little foreign to this country boy. The issues of opioid addiction and homelessness are well documented in Vancouver, and when you only visit from time to time it can be a lot to take in. You wonder how things can get so out of control? Where are their friends and families to help? Why do so many people seemingly pass by without concern? What can I do? Will the quarters I just handed out be used for the very issue that has caused this person to spiral out of control? It’s a different world down there.
I definitely don’t have the answers, but I’ve always believed that living an outdoor lifestyle and building a connection with nature can have a lasting and positive impact on a persons life. It is important to encourage people both young and old to experience it for themselves. And to be honest, I have a bit of a wild-side myself, and heading into the mountains has likely kept me out of more trouble than I care to think about.
That being said, I left Vancouver feeling grateful for all of the comforts of home, our small little town where community is everything, and had moments like this one at East Tuchodi on my mind. I couldn’t wait to get back to the wild(and home to my dog).