A new image from my last trip through the Canadian Rockies. The Abraham Lake is not only well known for it's ice bubbles but also for ice cracks. Due to strong winds you can witness interesting snow drifts on the ice. Once the ice is clear you will see lots of ice bubbles and cracks everywhere.⠀
Location: Abraham Lake / Canadian Rockies⠀
Camera Nikon D750⠀
Lens: Nikkor 14-24 mm f/2.8⠀
Exposure: 1/50 sec | f/16 | ISO 100⠀
Tripod: Gitzo Mountaineer GT2542⠀
Ball head: BH 55 Really Right Stuff⠀
NiSi polarizer filter⠀
There isn't a second that goes by that I don't think about this moment, that day, that week... ...best week of my life..everything was perfect from start to finish.
August....Round 4. 8 days. 5 climbs. 3 10,000 footers. One 2 peak day and the ultimate side trip. Everything until then is training.
After I got back from Canada I realised that a lot of my photos are of buildings nestled into trees. I still haven’t shared many photos of the trip so expect some more lakes and mountains to come over the next few weeks! 🏡 there’s still a link in my bio to my Canada vlog if you want to watch!
This is @robbybeer, my neighbour growing up in small town Roleystone, Western Australia. Never in a million years would we have ever imagined skiing together at @skilouise. Actually we didn't even know what skiing was... Awesome to finally ski with you Rob! Also hot tip for anyone heading to @skilouise tomorrow, the alphabet gullys are skiing like a dream, we just couldn't see anything in them today 😁 @skibig3
You can never go wrong with a classic dish like this one. @anjurestaurant's fried tofu with sautéed kimchi and lemon aioli stands the test of time. Always just as delicious as the first time I tried it. ⭐
"What are you getting out of this?"
"Maximum enjoyment out of life...and I'll never stop. I'll be poor for the rest of my life so that I can have fun" - Shane McConkey pretty much said it better than anyone else could have. Dropping the tallest cornice on upper boomerang with @lauragmantecon taking the camera duties