Fertile farmlands of Alberta spanning for hundreds of miles suddenly drop into a different world of prehistoric landscapes. Towering hoodoos and canyons sculpted by rains offer a rare glimpse on Earth’s distant past.
This little tree has no idea that it has chosen a prime seat in a nature’s grand theater overseeing some of the best sunset views in the mid west.
Today I have completed this gorgeous three panel print of “Spirit of the Earth”. It was a lot of work and I hope Steven will enjoy having it in his home.
We were lucky to be greeted by amazing skies when we arrived in legendary Valensole lavender fields in early July. Oh boy, This is the best place to shoot lavender fields. Period.
More photos from the streets of Oia. One thing I learned, albeit too late, is that the only way to get clear shot of the streets is to wake up early and get out before the sunrise while most of vacationers are still in their beds. Although village of Oia is known for its majestic sunsets, from photographer’s point of view it is better to leave your camera in a hotel room and book nice dinner table for that hour. Then once the sun is down and dinner is over it may be worth to stroll through the streets and get some evening dusk shots.
Customer asked for 130″ wide print. So I had to break it into 3 panels. Had to say I was surprised how nice it turned out. Was somewhat a trick to route edges of 3 panels simultaneously but finally all worked out fine.
Manarola is a small town, a frazione of the comune (municipality) of Riomaggiore, in the province of La Spezia, Liguria, northern Italy. It is the second-smallest of the famous Cinque Terre towns frequented by tourists. Manarola may be the oldest of the towns in the Cinque Terre dating from 1338.
While in Calgary it’s still dry and sunny, mountains are already half way in winter.