I’d like to share a few photos of my favourite areas around Saint John taken during my visits at Christmas as well as in May.
St. Andrews, New Brunswick was recently recognized by USA Today as the top Canadian destination to visit. I thought it would be a great time to blog about my recent visit to the historic Van Horne Estate on Minister’s Island which is near St. Andrews.
You can only access Minister’s Island by driving across the ocean floor during low tide. As a result, the tourist site’s hours of operations vary daily. You can end up trapped on the island if you fail to return to the mainland before the tide comes in! Continue reading
Inglewood is Calgary’s oldest neighbourhood, containing the city’s oldest surviving building (Fort Calgary), and is the city’s original downtown centre. Today, it is primarily a shopping and arts district, in addition to being a beautiful place to photograph at night.
In this post, I share a few of my favourite photos taken during a recent weeknight walk through the neighbourhood. Continue reading
The spring weather is now here, so it’s been a great time to explore the streets and parks of Calgary. I’ve tried to check out a variety of locations at all times of the day. Here are my favourites! Continue reading
Winter visits Calgary several times each year with short bursts of cold weather bringing snow and minus 30 degree temperatures. It can be an unpleasant time to explore the city, but also a rewarding one for photographers! Here are some of the favourite photos of the season.
Many parts of Calgary become quiet at night, but parts of the urban landscape come alive with beautiful colours and lights, especially when it is foggy.
A few weeks ago, I hiked near Lake Louise to the Lake Agnes Tea House. This 2 hour hike takes you high above Lake Louise and offers stunning views, as you can see below.
The Lake Agnes Tea House itself was one of the highlights of the hike, due to its history. The tea house has been operating since 1905, and does not have any electricity. The staff live at the tea house when it is open from June to October. A helicopter brings in some of the dry goods at the start of the season, while staff hike fresh supplies up 2-4 times per week! Continue reading