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Inspired by Iceland | A photographic journey into beauty

Photographic Heaven “Heaven is under our feet as well as over our heads.” ~Henry David Thoreau   What can you say about the most beautiful place on earth? A lot actually. Photos do a good job on their own and especially when given the opportunity to be in photographic heaven for two whole weeks. This […]

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The Glimmering Sights along the banks of the Danube in Budapest

Ahhh Budapest, what a town, what a CITY! Perhaps it was a good thing that the worst thing to happen to me in this beautiful city, happened as soon as I arrived. I was thrilled to be in my first former east bloc country in Europe and after a very pleasant train ride I was […]

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Austria, Hungary and Germany… WOW, what a trip!

It began in Innsbruck It seems rather surreal to be back home after 3 weeks in Innsbruck, Seefeld, Vienna, Salzburg, Budapest, and Munich. Oh what sights I saw, people I met, food I ate, fun I had, and photos I took! What a trip indeed. After 2 weeks on the road, it begins to feel […]

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Unusual Waterfall on the Maligne Canyon trail in Jasper National Park

One of the great pleasures of travelling for me is those unexpected treasures, like this waterfall that I just stumbled upon in Jasper National Park in Alberta. I always do my research before a trip, so I knew that the Maligne Canyon trail was a hike that I wanted to do. What I didn’t know […]

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Sunwapta Falls, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada

Sunwapta is a native word that means turbulent waters and the Sunwapta Falls lives up to it’s name. Not too surprisingly the waterfalls are on the Sunwapta River which originates from the foot of the Athabasca Glacier and eventually joins the Athabasca River shortly after the waterfalls. I visited the glacier later that week and […]

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Montmorency Falls, Quebec, Canada

The Montmorency Falls Provincial park (French: Parc de la Chute-Montmorency) is home to the highest waterfalls in the province of Quebec and about 30 meters higher than Niagara’s famous falls. The Montmorency river is a tributary to the Saint Lawrence River and the falls are the point where the two rivers meet. There are some […]

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