British Columbia Magazine recently announced the winners of their 2014 Photo Contest, and my shot of John Price ice climbing at Haffner Creek in Kootenay National Park took the Grand Prize! The other winning photos will take your breath away, so be sure to pick up a copy of the Fall 2014 issue to see the full collection.
This is just a quick post to say that I am honoured to see Summits & Starlight: The Canadian Rockies (Rocky Mountain Books) listed amongst the category finalists for “Mountain Image” in the 2014 Banff Mountain Book Competition! Below I have listed all the nominees.
The category award winners, as well as the Grand Prize, will be announced at The Banff Mountain Film & Book Festival during the book awards ceremony on Thursday, November 6th. Read more
We received a total of 1177 entries into our Instagram contest, and with such incredible photos as entries, it made it very difficult to choose the winners! Having said that, these photos caught my eye, and won their photographer a copy of Summits & Starlight: The Canadian Rockies. Our Grand Prize winner will receive a print of Fang in the Mist.
Thanks to everyone who entered. There is so much talent out there, and your photos have given me new inspiration. Whatever you’re passionate about, keep shooting!
Be sure to follow our winning photographers, too! Their Instagram accounts are linked below.
Day 1: Black White
Says @ericalanephoto: “Let us go in, the fog is rising” – Emily Dickinson. Had a chance to photograph #bear399 last spring with her two cubs. Snapped this shot before they went back into the trees. I guess she started last winter with three, but sadly only two survived. Location: Grand Teton National Park.
Day 2: Summit Photo
Says @jongiesbrecht: “Be spontaneous, explore further, and live life to the fullest!” Location: Heart Mountain, Kananaskis Country, Alberta.
Day 3: Travel Photo
Says @steveshannonphoto: “Deep inside the Grand Canyon, the Colorado River cuts its way through layer upon layer of rock, in the process creating world-class whitewater rapids. Here, raft guide Jeff Strutz enjoys the cool spray with views of the canyon rim 5000 feet above.”
Day 4: AstroPhoto
Says @soppygreatdane: I call this image “Purple and Gold”, representing the distant aurora and the gold colours of the Ironstone in the hoodoos of Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta.
Day 5: Selfie in Nature
Says @astoica: “Between the Rocks” – self-portrait at Council Rocks near Tombstone, Arizona.
Says @jaders1984: Photo bombed nature. Taken East of Jasper, Alberta, high on the Snaring River Road. Jasper Lake is to the far right (my most favourite chilling location) and to the left, in the background, is Roche Miette.