I did AMA on my IG stories yesterday and didn't expect so many questions! I've barely posted half of the responses on my story. Will try to get to the rest of it later today!
Anyway, I walked in ankle deep water covered swamp to get this picture. I hope you enjoy this as much I as I did while standing in soaking wet socks! 📍 Jacques Cartier National Park
"Cascades of Fire" - last weekend's fireworks competition at Niagara Falls was very impressive. Here are two images taken in front of Horseshoe Falls.
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My favorite picture from this place was taken a few hours before sunrise with a 2 minute exposure. I always feel like I have more inspiration when I'm alone, I definitely wasn't prepared for the crowds that come here for sunrise. But I can understand why, Banff is truly incredible.
On the way back from hiking the Hemlocks and Hardwoods Trail in Kejimkujik National Park we took a little detour to check out the camping sites they have available.
Through the trees and across the lake I spotted a bright orange and red maple tree standing out amongst the surrounding pine and spruce trees. I truly don't think I'll ever get tired of the fall season.
🔸️The stars always guide our way, all we have to do is look up and ask for their guidance.
These are the stars and coulds being illuminated by the glow of the green Northern Lights, a sight i'll never forget.
🔹️Las estrellas guían nuestro camino, todo lo que debemos hacer es ver hacia arriba y pedir su ayuda.
Estas son las estrellas iluminadas por la luz de las Auroras Boreales, una vista que nunca voy a olvidar.