On a trip to the Mayan Riviera, I found a dried bed of coral. A variety of succulents had made their home in the rocky, salty outcropping that jutted out from the beach, a few feet from where waves crashed on the rocks.
I drove out to Abraham Lake early on a Sunday morning. With temperatures around -25˙, the warmer waters of the lake were practically steaming, which in turn frosted the trees nearby.
I discovered the bracketing button on my camera. HDR is amazing!
Taken at Herbert Lake.
A classic shot of Lake Louise on a calm morning.
I took this early on a Sunday morning, and the boardwalk/beach was practically deserted. I met the only other person out that early, a woman from Ontario. It was her first time in the Rockies, and she was desperate to take in as much as she could before she went home.
But it’s never enough.
Fairview Mountain, looking much more peaceful at sunrise.
Winter is coming! Fairview Mountain, looking ominous on a dark morning.
Mount Rundle from the Vermillion Lakes.
Looking up the Cascade River at Lake Minnewanka.