Monthly Archives: July 2017

Trout Town – Crowsnest Pass, Alberta

Trout fishing has long been a popular activity in Crowsnest Pass. Numerous rivers and streams in the area have been attracting anglers from near and far for decades. Perhaps the best known of these waters is our very own Crowsnest River. When it comes to trout streams, the Crow is one of the most user-friendly places to fish in the province. It’s almost as if it was created with anglers in mind, particularly those who like to fly-fish. Continue reading »

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Crowsnest Pass Art Exhibit
Celebrating Canada 150

The Crowsnest Pass Public Art Gallery’s summer show opens on Saturday. This year’s exhibition, INTERPRETING CANADA: An Artist’s Portrait, celebrates Canada’s 150th Anniversary. The various works showcased in the exhibit are a visual representation of what Canada means to the artists who created these pieces. A variety of mediums such as acrylics, oil, mixed media, sculpture, and photography will be on display. I’m extremely pleased, and honoured, to have one of my photographs, Promising Waters, selected for the exhibit.

The art gallery is located right along Highway 3 in the town of Frank. The show runs from July 22 – August 27. Admission is free.

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Vintage Passenger Train

On Tuesday afternoon, I was fortunate enough to be in the right place at the right time. I also happened to have my camera with me and was able to get a few photos of the event. I was driving along Highway 3 toward the town of Frank, just as a Royal Canadian Pacific passenger train was travelling through the Frank Slide. Continue reading »

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Canada Through the Lens

If you were to ask a dozen people to define what “Canada” means to them, you would likely get a dozen different responses. When I think of Canada, one of the first things I visualize in my mind is its vast and diverse landscape. Continue reading »

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