Tag Archives: Landscape

Awesome Power

The title for this image is twofold today. Firstly, this image shows the awesome power of the Kicking Horse River. At one point, the river flowed overtop of the rock bridge that you see in this image. Over years and years of erosion, the water eventually carved its way through the rock and formed this […]

The Kicking Horse

The Kicking Horse river is awesome, and this location is pretty amazing. In this frame you can see the the beginnings of a waterfall, but what you don’t see is the natural rock bridge that it plunges underneath. Years of erosion by this powerful river is responsible for the phenomenon, and I’ll be sharing a […]

Bump on a Log

Another shot from Marble Canyon today…but this time at the other end of the chasm. Tokumm Creek exits the deep canyon just to camera left, makes a 90 degree turn and continues its flow downstream. I spent a good 30 minutes at this location making long exposures and just enjoying the scenery.

Marble Canyon

I woke up bright and early on Saturday morning for what would hopefully be a day of fruitful shooting. My first stop (other than the side of the road for yesterday’s image) was Marble Canyon. Just west of the TransCanada Highway along the 93, Marble Canyon is a pretty impressive display of the erosive power […]

The 93

I’m completely spoiled living where I do. The Rocky Mountains are only an hour and a half away, and my inlaws have a cabin in Invermere, BC which is just outside Kootenay National Park. I think I’ve taken my proximity to such beauty for granted in the past, so this summer I’ve decided to try […]