@allisonseto and @adognamedhobbit, approximately 2,600km above sea level. There's a new post on the blog about my first summer in the Rockies, with some of my favourite captures from the season. Link in bio.
Missing weekends that looked like this, but making space for a change of pace (oh, it rhymed) as a slower season approaches. My first summer and fall in the Canadian Rockies, now on the blog (link in profile).
Another week, another day I have to drive people I care about to the airport when I really should be making them miss their flight. These two lovers always put me in hysterics and my belly is never not sore from laughing when I'm around them. Good thing they also moved here from Brisbane, Australia, so I know that when we come home, there they'll be.⠀ ⠀ See you back in the sunshine state one day, Bek & Nat, where we will gorge ourselves on actually ripe avocados and huge, juicy mangoes; visit farmers' markets that start at 5am; work on gardens that won't die after 5 months because of the frost; sweat profusely without actually moving because it's almost 40ºC before 9am; and stand under sunlight so bright it's cancer-inducing.
Just booked my first wedding for Fall 2018 here in Canada. I look forward to diving deeper into my work and going after this thing I keep fearing I'm not good enough for. I keep having to re-learn how to get out of my own damn way. Thank you to everyone who has believed in me more than I've ever believed in myself, and helping this young creative make a living doing what she loves. It really means a lot to me.⠀ ⠀ From a beautiful winter elopement I shot last week, in Banff. This couple were such troopers in the never-ending snowfall.
It really is the most wonderful time of year. Our neighbourhood elk herd resting by the roadside.