Mount Assiniboine (11,870′) in the Canadian Rockies, photographed from Paradise Ridge.
September Larches at Paradise in the Purcell Mountains of British Columbia. Beyond is Mt. King George and the Canadian Rockies.
Peak fall colour for these sparsely set Larches on a ridge-top in the Paradise area of the Purcell Mountains. In the background beneath the cloud layer is Mt. King George and the Canadian Rockies.
The rest of Canada had quite a show from the Aurora overnight, but less so here in the Columbia Valley. Even so the Aurora was enough to silhouette the Canadian Rockies and Steamboat Mountain (left) It’s always beautiful to be out at night Aurora chasing. It is hard to find dark sky in the main…
Fall colours and clearing skies around Mt. Nelson in the Purcell Mountains. Photographed from Panorama Mountain Village.
Gaze into the heart of these mountains and see for yourself. There is the promise of winter! Creeping slowly now so as not to alarm, but soon enough to rapidly expand upon its yet distant domain; most probably while we sleep, dreaming of powder days and adventures with like-minded friends and strangers. Paradox Peak in…
September’s full moon rose over the Rockies behind a thick layer of cloud. However, as the evening progressed, the clouds parted and I was able to capture this image from the Toby Benches near Invermere, BC