Winter

Photo Gallery

A mixed blessing, the arrival of winter brings a series of practical challenges related to access, temperature and survival. However, the layers of snow and ice work to create a harmonized environment that's incredibly reactive to light and shadow, making for spectacular photography. It's probably just as well; you wouldn't be willing to manually warm up your camera battery all the time without the promise of results.

Epaulette Lake“Epaulette Lake”
From: White Pyramid
Provincial Boundaries“Provincial Boundaries”
From: White Pyramid
The Valley Beyond“The Valley Beyond”
From: White Pyramid
The Traverse“The Traverse”
From: White Pyramid
Howse Peak & Pass“Howse Peak & Pass”
From: White Pyramid
Afternoon Clouds“Afternoon Clouds”
From: Mount Hector
Veiled Lake Louise“Veiled Lake Louise”
From: Mount Hector
Hector's East Summit“Hector's East Summit”
From: Mount Hector
Sunrise on the Glacier“Sunrise on the Glacier”
From: Mount Hector
Sleepy Mt. Hector“Sleepy Mt. Hector”
From: Mount Hector
Along the Front Range“Along the Front Range”
From: Mount Michener
Abraham Lake at Dawn“Abraham Lake at Dawn”
From: Mount Michener
End of the Valley“End of the Valley”
From: Whistler's Creek
Sun Peeks Over Terminal“Sun Peeks Over Terminal”
From: Whistler's Creek
The Clearing“The Clearing”
From: Whistler's Creek
Sunfrost“Sunfrost”
From: Miquelon Lake
Still Life“Still Life”
From: Miquelon Lake
Southern View“Southern View”
From: Nigel SE3
From Bryce to Columbia“From Bryce to Columbia”
From: Nigel SE3
Waves of Rock and Light“Waves of Rock and Light”
From: Nigel SE3
Ridgewalk“Ridgewalk”
From: Nigel SE3
Athabasca & Hilda“Athabasca & Hilda”
From: Nigel SE3
First Light“First Light”
From: Nigel SE3
Ice Formations“Ice Formations”
From: Devon Valley