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I have always been fascinated by planes, especially float planes. Having the opportunity to shoot this Dehavilland Beaver flying through the mountain valleys, over glaciers and landing in alpine lakes from another plane earlier this year was a dream come true.
Can’t thank @travelnorthernbc enough for the experience!

@hayoui’s eyes always light up when we are out in the mountains and you’d be hard pressed to wipe the cheeky smile off her face. Her passion and enthusiasm towards nature and wildlife is contagious.
She kicks butt and is always motivating me to go further and push the limits. Always thankful to have this beautiful, badass girl keen to go on any type of adventure, whenever and wherever!

After an unforgettable boat ride through this freshwater fjord a rugged trail brought us up to this view point. After awhile the rain stopped and the clouds broke just as the sun was setting. It felt like there was so much to take in. The landscape was a strange mix of Hawaii, Yosemite and Norway all put together.
Out of all the places I have been fortunate enough to visit, this national park right here in Canada is one of my favourites.

If you zoom in you’ll find @hayoui standing out on a rock, really helps to give scale to this mountain range. Felt pretty lucky to have such great conditions while we were there, not very often you get to see the top of Fitz Roy let alone a reflection of it!

Red sky in the morning, sailors warning. The age old tale was true, a storm came on rolling through later on that afternoon. Apparently fiery red skies indicate that there is high water content in the atmosphere, thus the rain.

I’ve had a lot of people ask about this photo series, thinking that the body of water we kayaked on was a river. It looks like a frigid flowing tributary, when in reality, it was the stagnant meltwater around the perimeter of a glacial lake. In the spring, just the surface of the lake’s edges begin to thaw, creating these unique waterways perfect for paddling.

These domes were the perfect retreat for a cold and damp fall day in Patagonia. If you ever get the chance to stay in one I would highly recommend it!

The Alps are a place of immense beauty and incredible scale. Pictured here are two climbers making their way across the Vallée Blanche into Italy as a storm front rolls in. We weren't too far behind them and eventually lost all visibility, thankfully it cleared up the next day for our climb along the Entréves!

Rainy walks through the west coast temperate rainforest. Here life is abundant and sometimes strange, you can find fish in the trees and birds swimming in the rivers. You never know what you're gonna stumble upon.

Taking in the views, while they lasted. A rewarding end of the day in Gros Morne National Park, NFLD.

We took the night bus into El Chaltén so @hayoui and I never actually got to see the Fitz Roy Range from this perspective until we left town a month later. It didn't make saying goodbye any easier.

Throwback to simulclimbing exposed, knife-edge ridglelines in Italy with @chrisbrinleejr, @hayoui & @chadofutah. The views did not disappoint! 📸: @chrisbrinleejr

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