Mt. Robson in British Columbia is the tallest mountain in the Canadian Rockies at 12,972 feet. And it is really spectacular.
I love these mountains lined up along the shores of the ever-beautiful Bow Lake in Banff National Park, Alberta.
This is a High Dynamic Range shot of Peyto Lake in Banff National Park in Albeta. Essentially – it’s three photos layered on top of each other. It was a funny day but I still wanted to shoot it so this was my solution. I like it.
This is Morant’s Curve – a lovely spot near Lake Louise in Banff National Park in Alberta. One of these days I’ll be there when a train is coming through!
This is the lovely Prince of Wales Hotel in Waterton National Park in Alberta. With all the smoke in the air, I went heavy on the vignette to give it a bit of a sinister feel. It is a pretty cool spot though.
I’ve always liked the Ontario Parliament building in Toronto, I’ve just never taken a photo of it before.
I really liked the colors at this little shop in Kensington Market in Toronto, Ontario.
The weather sure was nice in Toronto when I was there – cool and clear and good to catch the colors of Kensington Market.
What a fun and playful place for young and old in the heart of downtown Toronto.
This was another great reflection photo – too good to pass up. Somewhere on the Klondike Highway in the Yukon Territory.
I do like little rural churches. This one is in Carcross in the Yukon Territory of Canada.
This is the White Pass and Yukon Railway Train pulled into the station in Carcross, Yukon Territory in Canada. It looked like a model train set to me.
This is a beautiful crisp fall day on Kluane Lake in the Yukon Territory. Heck of a place to pitch my tent.
It was really cool seeing this procession come off the back of the aptly named Sheep Mountain in Kluane National Park in the Yukon Territory.
This is colorful and fun Dawson City in the Yukon Territory of Canada. Really a great place to visit.
This is the stunning S.S. Klondike. It once plied the waters of The Yukon, but now rests quietly in Whitehorse.
This is a shot from inside The Signpost Forest in Watson Lake, Yukon Territory.
The Sign Post Forest is one of the more unique roadside attractions on the road to Alaska. This is in Watson Lake, my first stop in The Yukon Territory. Always worth a stop to stretch the legs and see where people are travelling from.
The mountains definitely change as you get closer to Alaska. They are bigger, a little darker, a little more sinister. This is in far Northern British Columbia.
This is one of my favorite pull-offs on the road to Alaska. There are lots of mountains and lakes and things which I obviously love and will share, but this is a little drop of civilization in the big open wilderness. The is Moricetown Canyon in British Columbia.