I keep trying to get back into complete landscape photography but for some reason I am needing to frame someone in all my shots - I can’t even help it. I’ve never really remained in single defining category with anything I’ve ever done my entire life so I guess that just makes me who I am.
The truth is I think I’m always up for a new challenge, even subconsciously. I started out shooting very basic things, then graduated into landscape, portraits and now this hybrid combination of landscape and portrait photography all with the intentions of trying to better tell a story using shots, angles, focuses that allow you to believe you were apart of them. That’s the new goal anyways and what a challenge it can be.
Spend an enchanting evening creating long-lasting memories with family and friends at the annual @winterfestivaloflights with more than three million lights displayed along the Niagara Parkway. This spectacular event features breathtaking illuminations and light art pieces positioned along the Niagara Parkway and in Niagara Falls.
Swipe left 👈 for a look at Rankin Inlet. The town is located on the west coast of Hudson Bay about 300 km north of Churchill. The Thule people first came to the area near the mouth of the Meliadine River to fish, building stone weirs to channel the arctic char into shallow water where they could be speared. The area combines land and sea with rocky islands and sheer cliffs that support a wide range of wildlife, including one of the healthiest populations of peregrine falcons in the world.
📷 Glen Hostetler
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We may not all agree on what to call our region, but we all agree that we live in the Kootenays, and that it's pretty awesome here 👍 Here's a little throwback to when we asked locals in Rossland, "What is the name of the region we live in". 📸 Tourism Rossland/Eric Gonzalez
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Another 2019 favourite of mine was a shot of this old house and path on Change Islands. It was my first trip to the island. If you want to experience Newfoundland and what it once was, Change Islands is the place to visit. I came across an old house on a hill. The path leading up to the house stirs the imagination. I could imagine kids running and playing along this path on a hot summers day. I'm sure this place has plenty of long lost memories over the years 🙂
Here's Jocelan outside a mushroom buying station in Anahim Lake, hanging out with a few dogs, a few horses and some kids on quads. She was helping run the buying station alongside some locals and we had a great time meeting them and getting a sense of the work they were doing.
When I capture waterfalls, I usually use a long exposure to make the water look soft and foggy. This gives the whole picture a dreamy look. Then just find a nice foreground and you've got the perfect waterfall photo!
Never stop exploring! “The Acadian Trail.
This 8.4kms trail can be found on the Cheticamp side of the Cape Breton Highlands National Park. It's a gradual climb and meanders though a valley along side a brook. It's one of these trails that you must put on your bucket list! Once you reach the top, take in the breathtaking views and have a seat on the red chair. And you might be lucky and see a bald eagle soaring like we did at one of the look-offs. “ || Featured Photos by @capebretonhiker#visitnovascotia#visitcapebreton#explorecanada#forglowinghearts#novascotia#capebreton#canada
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The best part about a BC winter getaway is _______. .
Photo by @mikesbloggity on a visit to @fairmonthotspringsresort, Canada’s largest natural hot springs. Spend a day (or more) here—these crystal clear hot springs pools beckon with their steamy, mineral-rich waters and are perfect for staving off the winter chill. .