. Corkscrew Aurora over a lake near Yellowknife, NT. It's always fascinating to see the different shapes in the sky of this phenomenon. I wonder what will be in store for us next September. Join me on an all inclusive trip to a secluded fly-in wilderness resort next Autumn departing from Yellowknife, where we'll photograph northern lights, wildlife, and the surrounding landscape, and partake in fun outdoor activities like hiking and boating. Still some spots remaining, check out the link in my bio. Shot on the @nikoncanada Z6 with FTZ adapter and 14-24mm Nikkor lens. F2.8 | 3s | ISO 6400 #nikoncanada
. Looking back at some Summer storm images for a project I'm working on. Here's ➡️ a few faves. Which one is your favourite? 1. Double Strike near Camrose, AB 2. Crazy Mammatus near Pine Lake, AB 3. Lightning over Walterdale, Edm, AB 4. Asperitas clouds near Stoughton, SK 5. Wheat Kings and Pretty Things, Pigeon Lake, AB 6. Epic 7 bolt strike near Calmar, AB 7. Under the Whale's Mouth, Goodsoil, SK 8. Farm strike near Swift Current, SK
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. Some photos of Moose in a variety of weather conditions last week in Jasper National Park. From blizzards to pouring rain, to clear days, it was an absolute treat to watch these beautiful creatures. All taken safely from my vehicle at a distance with the @nikoncanada Z6 & Nikkor 200-500mm lens. #nikoncanada
. I just wrapped up a week of photography workshops with @deviantoptiks in Jasper, Alberta, with this beautiful frosty sunrise. With no cloud cover forecast for this particular morning, I chose this location as I knew the sun would be rising directly behind us, casting a nice glow on a snow covered Pyramid Mountain. Minus 20 temperatures helped create some ambience for the scene, with rising mist and frosty details along the shoreline. Shot on the @nikoncanada Z6 with 24-70mm S series. F13 | 1/4s | ISO 100 Circular Polarizer #nikoncanada