Waterfall in Canada

First Winter Exposure – 2016

It is official. The winter of 2016 is upon us.

I could not be more excited, as winter is, without doubt, my favourite season. I had an amazing fall of shooting and exploring (so good in fact, that I neglected this blog somewhat). Stay tuned for some catch up posts from the fall!

I had the good fortune of returning to Banff, Alberta for the first two days of this week. Such a beautiful part of this country! Unfortunately, I didn’t have time to take my camera out while in Banff, but what I did was took my time on the drive back to my hometown of Kelowna, B.C. to stop and take pictures along the way. I stopped at lakes that I have driven by dozens of times, mountains I have always thought about capturing, and the highlight: a short 5km hike to Wapta falls!

Here are just a few from the journey:

Canadian Rocky Mountains and Contrast
The Rocky Mountains peeking out from the forest
Wapta Falls
Wapta Falls and the icy landscape created by the spray that the falls generate
Waterfal in Yoho National Park
Wapta Falls with the Rocky Mountains of Yoho National Park providing a stunning background
A sunset reflection in an unknown lake
A lake that I drive by several times a year. This time, the conditions happen to have lined up perfectly!

As always, please feel free to check out the rest of my work on www.entwistlephoto.com and Instagram!

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