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On my last day in the Banff Region, Kevin McNeal and I sped-shot several locations for sunrise in Kananaskis Country. From scouting the area the day before, we felt Wedge Pond would be the coolest spot for sunrise. So we camped in the parking lot for the night and woke up at sunrise for this shot. We didn't get much of a sky, but we got some cool mist on the water and a brilliant orange light on the mountain peaks. All in all, I enjoyed it. An amazing trip I'll never forget for sure. Enjoy and God Bless!

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While camping in my rented Dodge Grand Caravan for my 10 day Banff trip, I knew I wanted to shoot Moraine Lake at sunrise, so wanting to wake up as late as possible (because I love sleep), I managed to park in the parking lot for the night and sleep there. This presented a cool opportunity to be there late to shoot the Milky Way over the Moraine Lake Lodge. Enjoy!

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Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. Just after sunset. Everything came together for this shot... the still reflection, the full moon just perfectly in the upper third of the composition, and low enough to get a reflection, and the purple haze in the distance. This is one of the only places you can get a good sunset comp in the Canadian Rockies, and I'm happy with it. More to come!

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Yoho National Park, Canada

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Cathedral mountain and Mount Stephen (right) stand waiting to be caressed by the morning light
The alpine glow quickly moved from in the clouds to the mountain .



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Moraine Lake
Banff National Park

2 days ago I finally bought a car, and am now able to explore places other than Lake Louise. First short road trip was just around the corner.
Met some photographers on vacation from New Jersey while at the lake.


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Lake Minnewanka, Banff, Canada

An almost full moon eluminates the ice and snow on Lake Minnewanka.

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The 2012 landscape calendar is now available. Go check it out!

Frosty path along the North shore. Crunch crunch crunch..

Location: Garibaldi Lake, Garibaldi Provincial Park, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Equipment: Nikon D90 + Tokina 11-16mm + Tiffen Polarizer.
Technique: Photomatix Pro 4.1 and Photoshop CS5 from 3 RAWs shot in 1.5 EV intervals.
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The 2012 landscape calendar is now available. Go check it out!

Frosty path along the North shore. Crunch crunch crunch..

Location: Garibaldi Lake, Garibaldi Provincial Park, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Equipment: Nikon D90 + Tokina 11-16mm + Tiffen Polarizer.
Technique: Photomatix Pro 4.1 and Photoshop CS5 from 3 RAWs shot in 1.5 EV intervals.
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It's like a void where this creek flows in, a gap in the blueness of the lake. The lake is composed of glacial melt water, coming out of here on the other side of the lake straight ahead -


The clear water in this creek, on the other hand, is almost entirely snow melt water. It doesn't have any glacial silt, and is therefore crystal clear.

Location: Wedgemount Lake, Garibaldi Provincial Park, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Equipment: Nikon D90 + Tokina 11-16mm + Tiffen Polarizer.
Technique: Photomatix Pro 4.1 and Photoshop CS5 from 3 RAW shot with AEB +1.5 EV, 0, -1.5 EV exposures.
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Death Valley National Park.

This section of the park, specifically, is entitled, "Zabriskie Point." Comprised predominantly of Borax, a common ingredient of cleansers.

Taken with a Leaf Aptus-II 12
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Taken in the "Fiery Furnace," a permit-access hike in Arches National Park.

Beat the crowd, went alone.

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Most of my photographs take part around sunset or sunrise. As of recently, I've had an epiphany that some of the best shots I've been viewing as of lately, haven't partaken at either of those time frames. So, needing to stretch my legs from the computer and work on different photos, I took Jasper out and headed to our usual spot, Horsetooth Reservoir.

We hiked around scouting for spots to shoot and for a brief moment, the clouds parted long enough for me to set up on a really neat boulder. Facing North, the lighting formed terrific shadows across the hills and pulled out the colors from the remaining fall foliage.

Well, that wasn't due to facing North, that was just the low angle of the sun. But it was all very pretty and an enjoyable day out and about.

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Last weekend I had a nice hike with some friends, Jesse and Nick, up to Dream Lake before sunrise. It was chilly but worth the effort. The sun slowly worked down the peaks giving a soothing warmth during a cold morning. We all had a moment to ourselves as the sun enveloped Hallet Peak and Flattop Mountain.

Semi-close, this may be my new favorite spot to shoot.

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An early rise of 4am started the day in a good direction to get my little brother in law and I to Rocky Mountain National Park on time. Being from Missouri, Ben doesn't have a ton of opportunities to hike in the mountains. So, while visiting for Thanksgiving, I wanted to give him a chance to do so.

We pulled into the parking lot without another soul in sight. A clean slate of fresh three inch powder covered everyone's tracks from the days before. It was our own winter wonderland.

We quickly made our way up along the trail I had been on so many other times, however. Passing Nymph Lake, I did make one wrong turn since the trail had a decent drift over it, throwing off my memory of which way the trail forked.

We waded through waste deep snow at this point. Ben became superman and smashed a way up to a ridge line that we worked back to the path.

Once we were back on track, it was no time at all before we stood in front of Hallett Peak and Flattop Mountain. I quickly setup for my shots watching the early dawn light slowly melt over the peaks. The wind began to pick up above tree line and the snow began to soar, creating a huge flame from the vibrant morning light.

Sharing the moment with Ben was pretty awesome. And I do believe that our shouts and hoots in response to the beauty didn't go unnoticed since two other photographers surprised us during our war cries.

Other than dunking my legs in icy water, it was a fabulous day to share with my little bro.

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After a hard day of working on the trail up to Bishop Pass I decided to go up to the top of the pass for sunset.

This photo was taken at about 12,000 feet looking down into the Bishop Creek drainage. The lakes from closest to background are Bishop Lake, Saddlerock Lake, and Long Lake. On the right you can see Chocolate Peak and in the background is Mt. Humphreys and Mt. Tom and in the far background you can see the Glass Mountains.

Bishop Pass, Eastern Sierra, Ca.

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Thousand Island Lake at sunrise. Banner Peak in the background shrouded in storm clouds. This was the only unique light we got in a 3 day backpack into this area. Battling 50-80 mph wind gust we were finally lucky enough to get a break in the clouds at sunrise to let some colorful light hit Thousand Island and the base of Banner Peak.

Thousand Island Lake, Ansel Adams Wilderness, Eastern Sierra, Ca.

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A summer storm clearing over the Bishop Creek drainage and a white bark pine in Coyote.

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Garibaldi Lake

Garibaldi Park, British Columbia Canada.
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Late sunshine and a trail through the clouds makes for an enchanted forest.

Elk Mountain Trail.

Chilliwack, BC, Canada.
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Chilliwack River, Chilliwack, BC, Canada
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The Three Sisters in Canmore at dawn.

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Just before the sun peaks over Mount Rundle at Vermillion Lakes, Banff.

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Taken during the peak of Fall last year in the mind-boggling Narrows section of Zion National Park.


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A beautiful light show above Lake Mary in Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah.

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about an hour earlier and lower on the mountain:
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Mild temperatures, great light, golden aspens... Autumness.

Mill Creek Canyon, Utah.


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Banner peak as seen along the Pacific Coast High trail before reaching Thousand Island Lake

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cascades near zion subway
left fork trail

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This was my 3rd time in Zion but my first time to the subway. The only thing I would say...it is an awesome place. You should not miss it.

7.2 mi roundtrip from Left fork trailhead
Zion National Park

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