The Cottonwood in B&W
An old Cottonwood tree on the banks of the Milk River in Writing on Stone Provincial Park.
The Saddle in B&W
A saddle shaped Hoodoo in Writing on Stone Provincial Park that caught my eye.
The Real Stairway to Heaven
A sairway carved into the sandstone on the Hoodoo Trail in Writing on Stone Provincial Park.
Photographed in the wonder filled Writing on Stone Provincial Park in Southern Alberta.
Got Your Back
These two Hoodoos looked to me like two people back to back. Ohotographed in Writing on Stone Provincial Park in Southern Alberta.
Morning Light on Mount Rundle
Mount Rundle is illuminated by the 1st light of dawn. Photographed in Banff National Park.
Cirque Lake Outlet B&W
The lake was a bit on the rough side when I arrived so I went with this composition of the outlet stream from Cirque Lake. I got a bit wet wading out to get this composition but I think it was worth the view. Photographed in Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies. This version's in B&W
Pining for the Dawn B&W
An old limber pine faces another dawn. Photographed in the porcupine hills in Southern Alberta.
A Limber pine greets another day in the Porcupine Hills, Alberta.
Sticks and Stones
An old decaying log near Rockbound Lake in Banff National Park.
An abandonded boathouse near Bamfield, B.C.
Driftwood on the beach near Bamfield, BC.
Portal, or Iceberg, Lake
The beginnings of the Bow River cascade into Portal, or Iceburg, Lake. 50 or so years ago this lake was all glacier.
Clouds on the Commonwealth
Clouds, and mist, roll in around Commonwealth peak in Alberta's Kananaskis Country.
The Blood Moon
The October Blood Moon sets over Mount Putnick in Alberta's Kananaskis Country.
Home Sweet Homestead
An old Homestead in the Cochrane, Alberta area.
The falls below Lake Agnes in full Autumn plummage.
The waterfall on the outflow of Lake Agnes. Best viewed on the black background at max size.
Storm Mountain after a summer snow squall. Photographed in Alberta's Kananaskis Country.
After the Storm
Mount McPhail after last weeks summer snow storm. Photographed in Alberta's Kananaskis Country.
On the Trail to Dolomite Peak
Photographed from the Helen Lake Summit in Banff National Park.
A burst of sunlight forces it's way through the clouds on an overcast day at Consolation Lakes in Banff National Park.
This striking peak is part of the Lougheed massif in Alberta's Kananaskis Country.
A Morning at Bow Falls
A winter morning at Bow Falls in Banff National Park.
Monarch of the Valley
This majestic old Limber Pine presides over this rural setting. Photographed in the Porcupine Hills in Southern Alberta.
This ancient Limber Pine has struggled in the harsh environemt of the Alberta range lands for hundreds of years. High winds and harsh temperature swings are the norm in this neck of the woods.
The Reclining Pine
An old relic of a Limber Pine in the Porcupine Hills in Southern Alberta.
The Tree of Life
A Limber Pine fights for life on the open ranges of Southern Alberta.
Survival of the Fittest
A Poplar Shot
A Winter Castle
Castle Mountain at sunrise on a cold winter's morning. Photographed in Banff National Park.
The Calm Between Storms
Lake Agnes between fall snow storms. Photographed in Banff National Park.
Mount Sir Douglas
The glacier clad peak of Mount Sir Douglas photographed from South Burstall Pass in Alberta's Kananaskis Country. This one got republished due to a mess up in my Lightroom plugin, but i have made changes since the original image was published so we'll let her ride.
Back of the Lake
The peaks of the Waptiuk Range at the back of Hector Lake in Banff National Park.
Late afternoon sun on Commonwealth Peak in Alberta's Kananaskis Country.
In the Beginning
Bow Glacier in Banff National Park marks the beginning of the Bow River.
Morning Light at Bow Lake
Bow Lake and the Wapta Icefields bathed in the warm morning light of a September day. Photographed in Banff, Alberta.