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. Join me in Banff or Yoho National Parks during the second week of June for some exciting new small group workshops. Banff National Park sunrise sessions on June 11 or 12th, or Emerald Lake sunset to darkness on June 12th. These went on sale to those subscribed to my newsletter yesterday, but there are still some spots available. Save with early bird pricing through April 28th. I am fully licensed and insured to teach photography in the National Parks of the rockies. Registration Link in bio. Feel free to DM me with any questions.

. Dragon's eye sunset last night near Wetaskiwin, Alberta, as an incoming cloud bank complimented the scene at the perfect time. Using cloud cover apps like Ventusky and Astropheric, I was able to forecast ahead of time that the broken cloud cover in this area should potentially create good sunset conditions.

. I'll be announcing some new Summer sunset/sunrise small group workshops in the rockies next week at some of the locations you see in this ➡️ collection. Sign up to my newsletter to get first dibs on a spot (link in bio) Have a great weekend everyone! . . . . . For your protection and convenience I am fully licensed and insured for commercial photography workshops in the National Parks of the Canadian Rockies. My workshops are eco-friendly, following a code of ethics that helps respect and maintain the sensitive environment.

. One of the questions I get asked a lot, is "When will the lakes in the rockies be ice free?" It's usually by mid to late May, but sometimes slightly into June depending on the sun and temperatures. Here is Lake Louise in the last week of May from last year. You can see the ice breakup further into the scene on the right.

. Looking very forward to some upcoming road trips to British Columbia. Here's one from a previous visit. Shot on the @nikoncanada D750 with 20mm prime. f14 | 120s | ISO 100 6 stop ND #nikon_canada

. A sky full of stars over an otherworldly landscape right here in the Alberta badlands. 9 shots stacked for clarity and detail. Hoodoos illuminated by a low level lighting panel. @travelalberta #explorealberta Shooting on location with @shane_turgeon