The Frozen Bubbles

The lakes are starting to freeze in the Canadian Rockies, and the bubble craze (and skating season!) are just around the corner. I get a lot of emails in the winter about the methane bubbles that form under the ice, so I thought I’d provide a bit of info so more people can learn more about them.

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Springtime Stars

I went out last night with the sole intention to shoot time-lapse material for Mountains In Motion at the Hoodoos near Banff. It was such an amazingly beautiful night out though that I could not help dropping by Vermilion Lakes before calling it a day. I spent a beautiful hour there under the stars.

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A Morning at Vermilion Lakes

Many people call this location “overshot”. While the Lakes are definitely a world-famous photo hot spot, I find that they keep changing and surprising me with new moods and colours, and I expect they will remain one of my favourite photo locations for a long time. Even if I was ever to encounter the exact…

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Vermilion Shores

This image was made last night at Vermilion Lakes, near Banff. With the editing work from recent trips as well as my involvement in a time-lapse project, I have had to largely put still photography on hold for a little while. Last night, for the first time in quite some time, I went out with…

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