Vannessa takes the “shorter” way down from the ridge southeast of Pinnacle peak (unnamed on the maps I have here, but known by her as Vannessa peak, for details too involved to get into right now). There are longer ways that are less steep, if you’re wondering. #climbing #hiking #tumblerridgegeopark #outdoors #outdooradventure #offthebeatentrack
Right now. On the way to windfall lake via pinnacle peak. And I have signal.
I was going back and realized that, while not an inveterate selfie taker, I do have some shots of me that aren't, you know, bad. Mostly they are like this: back to the camera and off in the near distance to provide a sense of scale or as random figure. I was going to gather them all together and do a series, but this was the only one I managed to collect and export before forgetting all about it. It might be the last, too. Or not. This is me at Waterton Lakes National Park at Sunset.
More @kaatiewaalker smiling. She’s got an amazing smile.
More Katie smiling after waves snuck up from behind and splashed her behind.
Splash. One of my favourite moments from my shoot with Katie was when the jet boat went by. Or rather a few moments later, when the waves hit her unexpectedly and she started laughing…
“Why aren’t you posting images on Instagram?” Asks Michelle. I know, I know. Here’s a shot I took of Katie a couple years back. Slowly but surely, I am catching up.
I know. People photographer. But the #chives are so pretty right now.
@adrienne_sarah_elsie again. Sorry I’ve been slacking recently. Got tired of fighting with instagrams crop and the program I use to do this (no crop) doesn’t have the most elegant way of finding images, and, well, I just gave up for a while. But I’m back, baby.