Photographing in a dark cave without a tripod meant manually setting focus, using my wallet to prop up the camera at the right angle, setting the shutter speed to 5 seconds and using the timer so that I didn’t jostle the setup by actually taking the shot. The natural light source was a hole in the ceiling (third shot) and there were a couple of orange-hued lights scattered about.
Cave and Basin National Historic Site on a great day of exploring with @meneldor_the_swift
No colour exaggeration here - it really is that blue.
Athabasca River, Jasper National Park.
Excitedly waiting for warmer weather and dusk sunsets like this to return, while spending the weeks grinding away, working and studying instead. ☕️🌞 #springcomesoon#mountainsunset#photographyart
I was daydreamin today about the winter days exploring Banff, and how blessed I feel to witness such diverse and beautiful displays of nature 🙌🏻
I miss this place snow much
Total sidenote: the latest vlog featuring a wicked handmade bamboo tinyhome is up! Such a neat experience. Hit the link in my bio to watch it 😄
This photo of a Lynx in #ridingmountainnationalpark was taken at 1/60 with a 700mm focal length, which is why the front paw is slightly blurred.
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After zippin on our scooters at 7am, we got to the iconic Handara Gate just as the thick fog was retreating. We had the whole place to ourselves, and had just enough time to toss up the drone and for @allyrenay to run down the path before it started pouring rain.
Sometimes everything lines up for a short moment, and creates the most magical memories ✨😊
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We spent the day dancing in the snow and enjoying each others company ❄️
Shot by my fav @adventureconwards