This image has a special story behind it...
Last summer, Kevin and I went on an interpretive hike called "Bison for Breakfast" in Waterton Lakes National Park. Our Parks Canada interpreter, Nikole Poirier, did such a fantastic job teaching us about the history of the area - which is why I love interpretive hikes! To dig in and really understand the area you are exploring gives you a much more profound experience. I also believe you create better images when you connect with the landscape you are attempting to capture!
Thank you, Nikole, for expanding our knowledge and helping us to connect with this landscape in a new way. I was so thrilled that my image spoke to you - and the frame you built for the image is absolutely perfect. It became quite a beautiful collaboration!
There’s no more scenic a beach to volunteer along than the Waterton Lakes. Sat., April 30 join us for this annual Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup. We had super weather last year. Great for all ages. We’re teaming up with Awesome Adventures who organize the divers. Our shoreline volunteers will sort and bag what they find underwater along with what we find along the shores. Sign up at http://ow.ly/4mZW3T
The Bison Paddock Loop Road is now open. We currently have 14 bison in the paddock ... the first calf of the year is yet to arrive. For your safety, when driving the Bison Paddock you must stay in your vehicle. No motorbikes or bicycles.