This is arguably the most random smattering of images I’ve ever posted together. And I kinda like it.
I spent a good amount of time in 2011 travelling to various places around my home province of Alberta, and this is a small sampling of images from a few of my fave locations. Enjoy the randomness.
17 thoughts on “Alberta Bound”
All are good, but I love the first and last images! Great stuff Heath!
Dayummmm. Sweet frames broski. Love how you dropped in that wiener shot for good measure.
Hey – you’re good at taking pictures, welcome back. Love the waterfall shots, as well as the epic wide-angle shot with the house on the right.
I remember those scenes from Two Jack. Mine didn’t come out near as nice or at least I past over them the first time. I probably need to take 2nd look at the images. You live in a beautiful place!
I love ’em all…that old car was sweet!
Love the LE work and those house ones are just epic! Great processing!
Damn, Heath! The waterfall shots are true standouts, but I love ’em all.
DAAAAAMN! Rocking frames and that old Saab shot is off the chain. You should do this more often 😉
Good stuff Heath. The comp in the first one is pretty sweet.
Nice shots Heath! That first image is stunning! I like the randomness, so many good images.
That one shot with the house on the hill is the winner.
Wonderful series of images Heath. The first is my favorite.
Lovely shots. Though u did indicate it is random, it kind of had a flow, started with blue, few b&w, long exposures, night shots and ending with a blue shot again, Awesome series.
Nice varied set – but the first and the last really grab my attention – the sort of view that says to me – gotta get up there and see the view from high
Reminds me why I love it here and why I need to go to the mountains more often! Love the old car and Weiners of Waterton…
Forgive me if I’m wrong but were these shot on film? Some of the photos just have that film quality about them which I love! The colours to me just seem a lot like film! If it’s digital and photo shopping then good work! The bottom four images are just great!