I adore this “Serenity” project as photography really is something I love for the ‘serenity’ it brings me. The time I spend in nature capturing the beauty of the world brings me to a place of peace. There is nothing like the sound of the ocean or the expanse of the mountains to bring a calm to my mind and body. This place of serenity is something that continuously reminds me why I pick up my camera and especially why I seek landscape photography as my favorite genre.
I love to travel to new beautiful places, but I also love to return to favorite places I have traveled before, revisiting favorite locations and capturing images in different light and weather than I have in the past. Last November I traveled up to Calgary to meet up with one of my best photographer friends, Gina Yeo, for an adventure in Banff National Park. We had only a few days and a mix of forecasted weather but we covered a lot of ground and capture, sunrise, sunset, twinkling stars, falling snow, low dramatic clouds and amazingly, the incredible aurora!
There is something wonderfully serene about November in the Rockies. As the weather turns cold and the snow starts falling, the mountains take on a pristine beauty and the crowds are thin. Just us and the awe inspiring beauty.
Continue the circle to see what brought my friends Serenity this month. Next up is my good friend, Emily Hamson of Lavender Lime Photography.
I am delighted to share that Gina Yeo and I have teamed up to offer “Enchantment in the Rockies”, an incredible 4 day ladies landscape photography retreat in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Sign up for the Retreat Update Newsletter for all the info and priority registration!
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