A Visit To Alberta Aug17

A Visit To Alberta

I decided to make a short visit to Alberta to see family and friends. Weather was good and I did some fishing, some hiking, and a lot of eating. On the way from the Edmonton airport, I stopped to take this photo of a lonely highway. There are many of these quiet secondary roads where you won’t see a car for ages.   My first destination was Saint Paul, the area has a lot of farmland with old and abandoned buildings. These make for great photos, especially at sunset.   One of the reasons I like shooting here is because the clouds are often interesting and completely change the composition. Montana is referred to as Big Sky...

Quiet On The Farm

Order a print of this photo. I’m sure sometime in the past this old farmhouse was busy with activity.   More photos from Alberta...

Sunset In Alberta

Despite swarms of insects, I managed to push through and get this shot. Taken at sunset on Newell Lake near Brooks, Alberta.   More photos from Alberta...

Sunset On The Lake

Despite swarms of insects, I managed to push through and get this shot. Taken at sunset on Newell Lake near Brooks, Alberta.   More photos from Alberta...

Lonely Highway

There are many lonely roads like this in rural Alberta, they seem to just go on forever.   More photos from Alberta...

Abandoned Farmhouse

An abandoned farmhouse and tractor in rural Alberta. I’m sure that this old house has some interesting stories to tell.   More photos from Alberta...