Tag: nature

Waskesiu Sunset

If I had to choose my favourite subject to photograph, my answer may change depending on the day you ask me or what I thought were my most recent best photos….flowers, animals, landscapes and sunsets are all tops on the list. So, today, let’s… Continue Reading “Waskesiu Sunset”

Island Lake Lodge

I enjoy planning trips – I like doing the research just as much as actually going on the trip.  Usually the trips are planned well in advance, but this one was planned with about two weeks notice – a look at work schedules and… Continue Reading “Island Lake Lodge”

a little creature in a big world

While I put together a longer post with pictures of a place that according to their website National Geographic Traveler Magazine called one of the most unique and authentic places to stay in Canada, here’s a pic I snapped of a little creature lucky… Continue Reading “a little creature in a big world”

simple things

I always have a camera in my bag (well, two if you count my phone)…but these are the results of actually taking a camera out of my bag!  Work has been a little stressful, and as an antidote to that stress, I’ve been taking… Continue Reading “simple things”

cherry blossoms in nice light

Just some pretty cherry blossom pictures… nature is a pretty wondrous thing!        

let’s go for a walk in the park and listen to the leaves crunching under our feet

squirrelly

Just something silly for a Sunday morning….my collection of squirrel pictures. They are entertaining little creatures!

Bears

I’ve shared these pics before, but I watched a great DisneyNature documentary the other night called Bears which made me go back and look at pictures I took in the Great Bear Rainforest last year. If you like nature documentaries and/or bears you will… Continue Reading “Bears”

clouds in nice light in Banff

A similar pic to the last one I posted of clouds from Sulphur Mountain in Banff, but I liked the light so much I wanted to share another one.

reflection

At this time last year, I was anticipating my trip to the Great Bear Rainforest in northern BC.  I had lots of conflicting thoughts – did I make the right decision in choosing this trip to celebrate a momentous birthday?  I wanted to do… Continue Reading “reflection”