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  • Wuhan Pagoda

    Amazing pagoda in Wuhan, China.

  • Cribs Creek Sunset

    Was lucky enough to catch this sunset at Cribs creek campsite on the West Coast Trail.

  • Beautiful sunset over the Alberta badlands

    Took this in Dinosaur provincial park in Alberta, an amazing place to visit if you ever get the chance.

  • Tsusiat Falls

    I just got back from a week long hike on the West Coast Trail. This is Tsusiat Falls, a waterfall at our favorite of the 6 campsites we stayed at along the 75 km hike.

  • Seaside Trees

    These trees caught my eye while I was waiting to get some sunset photos on at Francis Point Park on the Sunshine coast in British Columbia, Canada.

  • Romance Park in Sanya

    This is one off the top tourist attractions in Sanya, Hainan, China. At the park there is a small zoo and shops but the highlight is an amazing cultural show that really exceeded my expectations after seeing the somewhat tacky front. I went with my daughter and we had an amazing day out here.

  • Preparation

    In two weeks my wife and I are hiking the west coast trail, it is a 75 km hike along the coast of Vancouver Island.

  • Share the Chair

    These red chairs were placed all over Canada's national parks for the 150th anniversary of Canada. This is one of the sets in Elk Island National park.

  • Before the Clouds Turned Red

    Took this photo while I was waiting for the sun to finish setting. When it did set the clouds turned an amazing red but only for 5 minutes. This isn't bad for a waiting around shot.

  • Sunshine Coast Sunsets

    An amazing sunset my last night on the sunshine coast. Heading back home tomorrow.

  • Francis Point

    This weekend we took a road trip to the sunshine coast for the first time. The place we are staying at is a 10 minute walk to Francis point provincial park so tonight I went for a walk down to the park at sunset and this is what I was lucky enough to see.

  • Coquitlam View

    Woke up early last weekend and hiked the Munro Lake trail. in Coquitlam Took this selfie at the lookout part way up the trail.

  • Two Jack Lake Reflection

    Early morning mountain reflection on Two Jack Lake in Banff National Park.

  • Miracle Beach Morning

    Checking out the sunrise at Miracle Beach in the Comox Valley, British Columbia, Canada.

  • Hongshan Pagoda

    Build in 1280, the Hongshan Pagoda is a quite oasis in the middle of the busy city of Wuhan.

  • Classic Scene from Donghu Lake

    Took this photo while checking out the cherry blossom festival at Donghu lake in Wuhan China.

  • Sanya Beach

    The beautiful beach in Sanya, Hainan province in China.

  • Massive Prayer Beads

    I took this at the foot of the 108 meter Guanyin of Nanshan statue near Sanya, China. It is the 14th tallest statue in the world and the tallest statue of Guanyin in the world.

  • Guanyin of Nanshan

    The massive Guanyin statue in Hainan is over 100 metres tall and took 6 years to build.

  • Bird Nest Resort

    Check out these cool little hotel rooms in Yalong Bay Tropical Paradise Forest Park, just outside of Sanya in Hainan Province, China.

  • Smoky Vermilion Lakes

    Another photo from Banff as the smoke rolled in over Vermillion Lakes.

  • The crossing

    Wuyishan is a popular tourist spot for local Chinese but when I was there I didn?t see any other westerners. Beautiful mountains and rivers are the seldom seen natural beauty of China.

  • Banff Wildfire

    I took this photo in Banff a couple of weeks ago. It started as a beautiful day with blue skies, then the wind changed and you could see this cloud of smoke filling the sky, by the next day all the mountain disapeared into a haze of smoke and we lost our view of the mountains for the rest of the trip.

  • Standing Around Two Jack Lake

    This was my second time photographing two Jack Lake, the first time was 5 years earlier when I was still really working on learning photography. So I was looking forward to going back to the same spot to see what better photos I could get now that I have a lot more experience. Five years ago I had the spot to myself, alone with the sunrise, but this time when I arrived there was a photography class already setup with tripods where I shot last time and a half dozen other small groups of photographers lining the lake. So, I took a walk around the lake until I was far enough away that I could see or hear anyone else and captured this photo while I was enjoying the sunrise.

  • Standing at the edge

    Checking out the view in Dinosaur provincial park in Alberta.

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