Seems hard to believe that these two photographs are actually taken at the same place but once you look closely you start to see a few similarities. See my post Levi Ski Resort for more summer and winter comparisons.
Living in Lapland there has been a very noticeable difference since the winter season and I am able to make comparisons. Now, the snow has mostly melted (there are still patches) and the amount of people has reduced dramatically. Even though Lapland is beautiful during the summer it attracts very little international visitors. These twoContinue reading “Levi Ski Resort”
Yesterday I posted a photography of the midnight sun which was in response to the weekly photo challenge on Vivid. Today, I would like to post a photography that is also a typical sight in Lapland but during the winter when the sky is often illuminated by the bright colours of the Northern Lights.
The Icefields Parkway is a truly spectacular drive through 140 miles of amazing Canadian landscape. A drive that takes you north through the mountainous region of Banff National Park and into Jasper. During the winter the snow swept highway takes you up into the mountains and down to the lakes with views that will takeContinue reading “Icefields Parkway”
While working in the Canadian Rockies I was presented with an usual opportunity. One that I am likely to never get again. The chance to help rescue a trapped moose. I was working in a ski resort and during the night a moose had walked out of the woods and onto the ski run onlyContinue reading “Moose Rescue”
For more photographs see my post Banff National Park
Banff National Park is truly one of the greatest places on Earth. A few hours out of Calgary and hidden away in the Rocky Mountains lies the small ski town of Banff. In the winter this small town becomes a Mecca for ski bums from all over the world. Walking down the main street inContinue reading “Banff National Park”