Water: 6 Photographs from Around the World

This past year, I have been lucky to travel through the South Pacific with my family, to the Northwest Territories for a workshop with Dave Brosha, and to Saint Lucia for some personal time away. No matter where I go, I am always attracted to water, to the unique character of the shoreline, features in the sea that surprise me, and the interplay of light and reflection. So, as we approach the end of 2014, and my international travels are done for the year, I wanted to share a selection of six photographs of water from around the world. Enjoy!

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A Night on Mount Rundle

Last Saturday I decided to “switch” into summer mode. I ditched the skis, turned my back to the icefields, laced up the boots, packed a fair amount of photo gear and headed up Banff’s iconic Mount Rundle with plans to spend the night up high. It turned out to be a good idea. The route…

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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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