We started at sunrise, walking 20km to the B.C. border and back again for the pure privilege of standing at this spot, eating our breakfast down in that valley, overlooking that lake, admiring those larches. Last week's first snow of the season dusts the mountaintops.⠀ ⠀ If you're quick, you might just catch more of this from yesterday on my Stories!⠀ ⠀ Taken from Wenkchemna Pass (2,611m elevation).
Being a good photographer is knowing how to compose your shot to avoid the hoards of tourists to your right whilst still doing the scene justice 🙃 Thanks summer, it's been grand. Taken 8 weeks ago, with @missanwyn & Martin.
Ella & Hamish taking a break at Tent Ridge, Kananaskis. As of today these mountains would have received their first snow, an early reminder for us in the valley below of what's coming just around the corner. ⠀ ⠀ On a separate note—craving shooting portraits and looking for more adventure buddies to take photos like this with. You need not be photogenic, you merely have to share my deep appreciation for the mountains! Would love to shoot with outdoor climbers, hikers and anyone who loves #goodtimesoutside. Oh and, bringing your dog is more than fine with me 😉 Message me so we can make some new mountain memories 🏔
When you're asked to run your photography workshops at @luxsouthari in the Maldives, you say yes.⠀ ⠀ My Maldives photo story is finally on the blog, and it's a big one. Sit down, relax & enjoy (like I did). Link in bio, or visit blog.camillenathania.com. ⠀ #LUXMoment #LUXMaldives #ReasonsToGoLUX
Renita standing against mountains veiled by smoke, from a hazy morning hiking to the peak of Windtower, Kananaskis a few weeks ago. Here's hoping the forecasted rain (and snow in some areas!) will help to start putting the BC & Alberta wildfires out.