It was a full-blown Aurora alert last evening – suddenly the Tweets, emails and iPhone alerts were flooding in. The alert was not wrong. This was probably one of the best displays overhead in the Columbia Valley in the last five
My night photograph of the Bighorns Sculpture appeared in the June 2021 issue of Canadian Fabricating & Welding Magazine. The sculpture is located at the intersection of Hwys 95 and 93 at the gateway to the East Kootenay region, British
Well after sunset last evening, this crazy cloud layer remained brightly illuminated in the northern sky. Slowly the brightest illumination, which indicated the position of the sun below the horizon, moved from left (north-west) to right (north) and then slowly
This amazing sculpture is located at the gateway to the Columbia Valley and the Kootenay Rockies at the intersection of Hwy 93 and 95 near Invermere, BC. The sculpture is 20 feet tall, 40 feet wide, and 20 feet deep.
Time, tide, clouds and moon wait for no man. Least of all me. The rambunctious clouds completely interfered in my plans to capture a perfect moonrise shot last evening. I setup with anticipation of capturing the Snow Moon rise over
“Twas there that we parted, in yon shady glen, On the steep, steep side o’ Ben Lomond, Where in soft purple hue, the highland hills we view, And the moon coming out in the gloaming.” ~ Bonnie Banks of Loch
The Aurora Borealis and the Canadian Rockies are reflected in the surface of Lake Enid near Invermere, BC.
The Aurora Borealis over the Columbia Wetlands and the Canadian Rockies. The lights of Wilmer, BC can be seen on the far side of the wetlands.