The slot canyons in Jasper are so unique compared to those we have in the US! The unique ice formations, the blue hues reflecting through out the canyon, and that atmosphere is nothing short of amazing. Every trip to Canada has been nothing short of a amazing, and I can’t wait to come back later this year 🇨🇦
This past summer I was unable to visit this cave because the area was closed off to the public for the first time ever... from April - Nov to protect the area and Black swifts that nest there during that time period. Respecting that order, we avoided the area completely. Now that the birds are gone for the winter, I finally had the opportunity to explore this area of Banff! Such an awesome place to explore, and please respect this area when/if you visit 🙌🏼🇨🇦
Surreal is the word I would use to describe walking on this frozen lake! You can see down to the bottom at certain points, and A. It either feels like your flying or B. Like your about to fall right through ! I was between both of those points through out the day there. For those wondering, this was a focus blend of 5 images to keep sharpness through out the photo. Taken at 12mm. If you haven’t yet, check out the link in my bio for prints 📸
It’s been a while since I’ve seen this awesome phenomenon and it’ll probably be a little bit before I see them again, that is unless they happen to appear while I’m in Alberta next month! Not going to hold my breath though 🥶. Instead of the arctic or Patagonia in 2020 we opted for New Zealand and more likely than not Switzerland later in the year for our international travel.
If there’s one National park I’ve been to, and haven’t spent enough time in..... its Capitol Reef. It’s not the easiest park to get to from Los Angeles driving, and even flying into Las Vegas it’s a bit of a haul! I’m committed to spending more time in this park come 2020 and can’t wait to return soon enough