Monthly Archives: October 2016

End of Season Trout


The fishing season on the majority of rivers and streams in southern Alberta will come to a close after tomorrow, October 31st. This means there’s only one more day left, where you will be able to whet a line in these waters. Beginning November 1st, you will have to wait until next June, before you will be able to visit these streams again. There are a couple of exceptions, though, as portions of the Crowsnest River (downstream of the East Hillcrest Bridge) and the Oldman River (downstream of the Oldman Dam) remain open to fishing during the winter months. Continue reading »

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The Perfect Light

Photographing Crowsnest Mountain & the Seven Sisters

Robert Appleby photographing Crowsnest Mountain & the Seven Sisters,
with his buddy, Tucker, at his side

Last weekend I had the opportunity to get out with a friend, and local photographer, Robert Appleby. We’ve known each other for quite a few years, but it was the first time we’ve been out shooting photos together. Continue reading »

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Backyard Gnome


I don’t always have to head out of town to find something different to photograph. Sometimes, my backyard can provide me with all the inspiration I need. Continue reading »

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Crowsnest River Panorama

Crowsnest River Panorama

Crowsnest River Panorama
(click image for larger view)

Crowsnest Pass is a great place for photography. There are countless areas and spaces around here to explore with a camera. I always enjoy seeking out new and different vantage points, and angles, from which to photograph our local landscape. Occasionally, I’ll come across photo opportunities where I least expect them. Continue reading »

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