A Hint of Tint
Tints, tones and shades create a pleasing view of Mount Rundle and Vermillion Lakes at Banff, Alberta.
Islet Lake, Blackfoot Recreational Area.
The Aspen Parkland
Beaver Hills, Alberta.
Islet Lake, in the Aspen Parkland of Beaver Hills, Alberta.
Islet Lake, Alberta.
Along the Shoreline
Islet Lake, in the Blackfoot Recreational Area, Alberta.
In the Beaver Hills
Near the original Fort Edmonton monument, opposite Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta.
Elbow Falls, on the Elbow River, near Bragg Creek, Alberta
"Pure prairie dropping suddenly into the gash of the badlands".
Blocks of land stretching to the horizon.
Near Drumheller, Alberta.
Going down to Rosedale
The Rosebud River, on the way to Wayne, Alberta and the Last Chance Saloon.
David Thompson Country
The North Saskatchewan River from Whirlpool Ridge.
Chain Lakes Provincial Park
Green on Green
Chain Lakes Provincial Park, Alberta.
The Clearwater River, near Rocky Mountain House.
Bow Lake, the mouth of the Bow River
Morning on the Clearwater
Near Rocky Mountian House
Crowsnest Mountain and the Crowsnest River
Near Canmore, Alberta
East of Hinton
A sunset fires the sky over this old barn.
The Sound of Snowflakes
Elk Island National Park, Alberta
One Moment - One Opportunity
Elk Island National Park, Alberta.
Willow buds, Elk Island National Park.
The Transience of Nature
Elk Island National Park
Pastels or tints, are delicate, soft and feminine. Reducing the intensity of a pure colour, tints are discreetly elegant, yet, they require a strong accompanying colour to provide contrast.
Mist on the Water
Sunrise, Tundra Narrows, Elk Island National Park
Winter on the Lake
- 28 C
Crane Island, Elk Island National Park
Sunrise, through the mist, from Long Island Point on Astotin Lake
From Long Island Point looking towards Mink Island on Astotin Lake.