Leaning against the gate of the Khmer ruins, is the shadow of a little Cambodian girl. Sometimes the best shots are the ones you don’t even know you captured.
Turbulent skies boiled over the small town of Cowley, Alberta just before sunset on January 4. The wind was strong, but this photographer braved the elements to snap the sunset.
On a windy day in the Crowsnest Pass, I stopped along the highway to take a photo of the centuries old Burmis Tree. The tree, some 800 years old, has welcomed people home to the valley and is a true statement of the strength of the people.
Taken over my hometown of Calgary, Alberta, the lights of the city are striking when taken by a timed exposure. A orangey haze sat over the city, lit up red with extra light from the camera.
On the old Crowsnest Pass road hugging the south side of Island Lake, I took the opportunity to capture the whole valley, with Crowsnest Mountain looming in the background. Enjoy more of my Canada travel photography in the links below.