Kings Corridor

This is a corridor in the Banff Springs Hotel. I came here late at night to capture the mood and feeling of the architecture which was designed after a Scottish Castle. I only hope I didn’t disturb the ghosts that surely must inhabit this chamber.
This is a corridor in the Banff Springs Hotel. I came here late at night to capture the mood and feeling of the architecture. I only hope I didn't disturb the ghosts that surely must inhabit this chamber.
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St. Pauls Prayer

On a trail in Stanley Park is an old stump that to some, resembles hands in prayer. And why not?
On a trail in Stanley Park is an old stump that to some, resembles hands in prayer. And why not.
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Red Berries

Stanley Park, Vancouver British Columbia.
Stanley Park, Vancouver British Columbia.
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Rundle Moon

Full moon rising over Mt. Rundle in Banff National Park, Alberta. One of these days I’ll be ready for the full moon rather than running about trying to capture it, as I did on this occasion.
Full moon rising over Mt. Rundle in Banff National Park, Alberta. One of these days I'll be ready for the full moon rather than running about trying to capture it, as I did on this occasion.
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English Bay

Midday rain gives way to broken clouds gives birth to amazing sunset. At least that’s how it works in my book.
Midday rain gives way to broken clouds gives birth to amazing sunset. At least that's how it works in my book.
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False Creek

I think this is called it False Creek because it doesn’t go anywhere, it just looks like a creek, well, more like a small harbor. Names aside, this is a very cool section of Vancouver.
I think this is called it False Creek because it doesn't go anywhere, it just looks like a creek, well, more like a small harbor. Names aside, this is a very cool section of  Vancouver.
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Mt Brazeau

This was taken near Spirit Island on Maligne (pronounced mal-een) Lake in Jasper National Park, Alberta. It’s hard to describe the majesty of this place. Truly beyond words.
This was taken near Spirit Island on Maligne (pronounced mal-een) Lake in Jasper National Park, Alberta. It's hard to describe the majesty of this place. Truly beauty beyond words.
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Between Here and There

This is somewhere outside of Kamloops British Columbia, but that’s just a guess. On a train through the Canadian Rockies, this was the scene outside my window upon waking the first morning out of Vancouver.
This is somewhere outside of Kamloops British Columbia, but that's just a guess. On a train through the Canadian Rockies, this was the scene outside my window upon waking the first morning out of Vancouver.
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Edith Cavell Meadows

Edith Cavell Meadows is a two hour hike up the trailhead in Jasper National Park. Edith Cavell was a British nurse who helped save hundreds of soldiers during World War I and as tribute the British requested a fitting monument which the Canadians obliged by naming this mountain. When you see it in person it’s so impressive you’ll not forget the mountain, nor the nurse.
Edith Cavell Meadows is a two hour hike up the trailhead in Jasper National Park. Edith Cavell was a British nurse who helped save hundreds of soldiers during World War I and as tribute the British requested a fitting monument which the Canadians obliged by naming this mountain. When you see it in person it's so impressive you'll not forget the mountain, nor the nurse.
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Quality Time

In the end, it’s not the place or length of time, but the quality that matters most.
In the end, it's not the place or length of time, but the quality that matters most.
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