I couldn’t decide which one of these edits I liked most, so I am posting all 3. This was a long exposure creating trails of lights from the vehicle taillights. Which one do you prefer?
The sun sets beautifully through this hockey net on a very cold evening in St. Albert, Canada. A 2nd iteration of different post processing.
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The sun sets beautifully through this hockey net on a very cold evening in St. Albert, Canada.
Kids splashing around in the wading pool in front of City Hall on a hot summer day in Edmonton, Alberta.
Along a hill side in Sturgeon County, Alberta, the sun sets over a blooming canola field.
The peloton rounds the rounds the corner on one of the final laps at the 2015 Tour dAlberta.
This drop of dew on a small leaf in the forest reflects its surroundings.
Dragonfly warms up in the sun in the early morning.
Tiny mushrooms covered in dew in the early morning in northern Alberta.
This fly is perched on a patio lantern waiting to eat some scraps the messy humans will leave behind.
A tiny blue dragonfly rests on the edge of a boat dock on an Albertan lake.
Some kayaks tied to the dock as seen from the forest.
This is a close up of a shirt I was wearing, processed with extreme contrast.
Fishermen and pelican alike, gone fishing.
A light northern lights storm in northern Alberta allowed for a blend of stars and lights.
This is a restored barn from the turn of the century at Fort Edmonton.
This is a black and white shot of the outside walls of the original Fort Edmonton Settlement.
This is an HDR processed image of a vintage fire truck at Fort Edmonton Park.