From Hashtags to Sandhill Cranes, these are the 10 blog posts that you read in 2018.
A list of some of the best Night Photography hashtags and tips I’ve found to use on Instagram and help you get started with sharing your photos.
A list of some of the best wildlife & nature hashtags and tips I’ve found to use on Instagram and help you get started with sharing your photos.
Whether you are planning that bucket list trip or just a quick getaway, here’s my tips how to take better travel photos.
From coast to coast Canada is SPECTACULAR! If you are looking for the best hashtags to use when sharing your images of Canada on Instagram the list below includes the most popular hashtags for each Province and Territory and major cities in Canada along with the relevant tourism board Instagram accounts to tag in your photos.
As one of the largest parks in the province, Golden Ears Provincial Park is prized for its recreational opportunities. The extensive system of trails within the park provides an excellent opportunity for hiking and horseback riding.
Situated on the most southerly fjord in North America, Porteau Cove Provincial Park features waterfront campsites with a view over Howe Sound to the mountains beyond.
The Sea to Sky Gondola is located on Highway 99 just south of Squamish, the scenic drive to the gondola is about a 45 minute drive from downtown Vancouver. From the parking lot after purchasing your ticket you take a 10 minute gondola ride to 885m above sea level.
The Perseid meteor shower will light up our sky this month with around 60-70 meteors expected per hour. If you are wanting to photograph them for the first time, here is some tips on how to get the best pictures.
The sandhill crane is a species of large crane of North America and extreme northeastern Siberia. George C. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary has it’s own pair of nesting Sandhill Cranes and this spring they hatched two chicks.
Wells Gray Provincial Park is a large wilderness park located in east-central British Columbia, Canada. The park protects most of the southern, and highest, regions of the Cariboo Mountains, covers 5,250 square kilometres and is British Columbia’s fourth largest park.