Thank you very much for your interest in my photography I hope you enjoy looking at my pictures! Subscribe now for my free blog feed Free HD First Snow Waterton Lakes Wallpaper Calendar First snow in Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, Canada Another free wallpaper calendar (computer background) for the month November 2011, available up to 1920x1080px.In the xxl version you will see a elk in the picture and it will give you a great size comparison to this beautiful area in Waterton Lakes National Park.Seems like "worst scenario" has hit us at to the very wrong time. As many of you know by now, we are expecting a baby in the next few days or couple weeks.Because we are living a bit remote on the northern part of Vancouver Island (heaven for a nature photographer to life) my wife had to move to Courtenay, which is...I will write about some travel and photography tips, great travel destinations and also will share some experiences I made photographing some of my special photos.Please let me know what you think about my blogs and pictures by leaving a comment.They a free of charge but I included a donate button just in case that someone wants to donate a buck or two for the extra work.
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It was a great week, exciting but on the other side also a little bit disapointing and bitter.
On one side I "met" so many great new people, got so many amazing nice comments, that it made me spending more time on G than I could or should afford right now.
But it was worth it, it seemed like I touched a lot of people with my photos and shares and that is one of...
Fall Season Cascading Waterfall Fresh Snow Cascading waterfall with colorful fall leaves covered in fresh snow, Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, Canada No secret here, fall is my favorite season to photograph but it is closely followed by winter. I photographed this small but very beautiful waterfall last time we were in Waterton Lakes National Park in southern Alberta, Canada.