On an island in the middle of Ralph Bice Lake in Algonquin Provincial Park watching the Perseids Meteor Shower. This is looking up through the trees in the middle of our campsite.
We camped out on an island in the middle of Ralph Bice Lake in Algonquin Provincial park for a fantastic view of the Perseid meteor shower. Thanks to a great local outfitter (Algonquin Basecamp) for our gear!
Found this guy at the end of a long, shallow inlet before a small creek exited the lake. He seemed happy to have his legs in the water but didn't want to get any feathers wet; guess I can't blame him.
Taking the 2am ferry to the Lofoten Islands the midnight sun lit the clouds like this for hours.
Sometimes it's all about being in the right place at the right time. I woke up to take pictures of the Milky Way to the south and then noticed the Auroras to the north.
The final morning of an 11 day canoe trip proved to be a glorious one.
A night shot of the cottage my family rents every year in Muskoka.
I was unprepared for what I met in Zion. It was bigger and more beautiful than I had thought. This was looking into the canyon from a pathway on the way to The Grotto. Truly magical!
Misty Lake, Algonquin Park, canoe trip
On a hike on the Greenstone Track near Queenstown, NZ.
University Ave., Toronto
A perfect night in Muskoka.
Calla Lily growing at Alcatraz