Photo Blogging Challenge – Photographer’s Choice (October 2017)

Autumn is our favourite season, and it comes early to this part of the world. Peak colour usually happens in September. But in October, later sunrises and earlier sunsets make it easy to get out at just the right time to enhance lingering fall colours with golden hour light. Since Canadian Thanksgiving falls on the second Monday in October, "Thanksgiving" was the obvious connecting theme for these photographs, all made over the Thanksgiving long weekend spent in Canmore.


Nature Break in Canmore

People sure make different choices when it comes to vacations. Budget, family circumstances and personal interests shape holiday plans. Our family vacations tend to one extreme or the other - we go big or stay home! This spring vacation, we opted to unwind with a nine-day nature break in Canmore, featuring daily photo walks. Our vacation pics reflect the tussle between winter and spring that takes place at this time of year in this part of the world.


Photo Blogging Challenge – Where the Streets Have No Name (November 2014)

Are you kidding me? Yep, that's what I blurted the first time I saw P.J.'s throw down. And I repeated the same question sotto voce several times over the next week or so. But then we went to Canmore for a long weekend where there are all kinds of old mining roads, unfinished roads and …

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