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On this particular night I stayed up watching the full moon rise from behind the mountains and couldn’t believe I was the only one witnessing it at that time from this spot. This edit was inspired by my good friend @bryanadamc and his behind the scenes videos. If you’re looking for some new inspiration, go check out his work. Hope you like it.
One of those places that keep you coming back to. What is your favorite place that you've visited this summer? I need some new recommendations.
Also just a reminder, my 100K giveaway is on until tomorrow night.
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I’m excited to be working with Canon Canada as part of their #One2Watch program and showcasing more about how I take my photos and the gear that I use.
This photo was taken using a Canon 5d Mark III and 16-35mm F2.8 II lens at Maligne Lake in Alberta. @CanonCanada #ShotOnCanon. If you have any questions about camera gear, fire away in the comments below.
Evening calm on the lake. Time to hit the water
Quick apology if I wasn't able to get back to your comments on the last post. I usually try to respond to each person individually, but I was literally blocked from replying because you guys blew that photo up with so many comments. Appreciate you all.
Summer storms over Peyto Lake. As a kid I used to watch the summer storms from inside my uncle's cabin on the lake. I remember the flashes of lightening and boom of thunder while I was wrapped up in a warm blanket inside. Better than any 80s television show at the time. What are your summer storm memories?