❄️ Whistler in the wintertime is what family dreams are made of. There’s nothing like seeing snow swirling down from the sky, hurling snowballs at each other, and curling up by the fire after a day on the slopes. This is one destination that’s guaranteed to offer the kids good old-fashioned fun, and we promise you’ll love it too. 📸 Captured by @Travelshootco in Whistler, Canada 🇨🇦️
**Beyond** - Vancouver Island, British Columbia
Coming off a month long vacation to O'ahu, Hawai'i where I make my annual pilgrimage to see family and surf I've found myself full with ideas. Many of these ideas revolve around what it is I want to do with my life, and what lies ahead of me on this photographic journey of mine. Sometimes being a full time creative is a bit like walking through a dark cavern. We are lucky when we can see the light ahead, coaxing us forward. In one sense the light signals an end to the windy, challenging, and murky path, but this is just snapshot, not necessarily a full moving analogy. Anyways I'm rambling.
It's been about a month since my last wolf sighting and I already miss them so much! They become harder to track when there is no longer snow... Just give me one more encounter before spring please! Jasper National Park 🇨🇦|
Had my first #Convention experience today! It was super inspiring to shake up my creative thinking.
Also picked up a few issues of @norththecomicbyscottsawyer and @scott_w_w_sawyer_ was kind enough to sign them both. Everyone should check it out, and support your local creatives/artists/musicians/whoever! 🤘🤘
& so it begins! This big bull lost both his antlers today and was looking super sad. His best bud was still rocking the full set and he kept looking over with envy as well as hid from the cameras 👀 Jasper National Park 🇨🇦
Sitting on the edge of the Value Village parking lot on Broad Street are 5 signs that tall about the history of the area, the beginnings of the Saskatchewan Roughriders and the arrival of the T Eaton Company in 1918.
There's a lot of content in these pictures but my favourite piece of history is the bus stop in the final picture. I wish there were still bus stops like that today! 😀