Living history

  I am finally back.  After the last photoshop update, I ran into some technical difficulties.  Photoshop refused to open. This meant that I couldn’t finish editing my photos.  Only after consulting a technician twice the most important problems were solved. There is still one plugin that doesn’t work in combination with photoshop, but it […]

Finding inspiration

Last week, I didn’t feel well enough to write a blogpost or to edit photos. Fortunately, I am feeling a lot better now.   I love to follow other photographers. It is the perfect way to learn new things. Some of them can really inspire you. Photo festivals offer a perfect learning opportunity. There are […]

Miette Hot Springs

  There are numerous hot springs all over British Columbia and Alberta. One of them is Miette Hot Springs in Jasper National Park. How to get there? In the town of Jasper take Highway 16 east to Pocahontas. It is a 61 km drive.   History These springs were already popular in the 1800. Both […]

My Lightroom adventures

The next couple of weeks the topics of my blogposts will alternate between travel and photography. Recently I have enrolled in a couple of workshops. The first one was a week ago. It was an advanced Lightroom workshop. Everything I know about photo-editing I taught myself. I did follow a 3-hour Lightroom initiation in 2011 […]

Liebster award

On Tuesday I was nominated for the Liebster award by Weekend Campervanning. Thank you very much, Weekend Campervanning. I really appreciate the nomination. Weekend Campervanning is a blog worth visiting. They write in detail about their outdoor activities during the weekend. Every blogpost is illustrated by beautiful photos. I will definitely use their blog while […]

Maligne Valley

This week I had planned to write an article about Jasper National Park and next week’s article was going to talk about Banff National Park, two large nature reserves in Canada. However, I soon realized that would be a huge task. There are way too many beautiful lakes, waterfalls and viewpoints. Moreover, we only visited […]

Wells Gray Provincial Park

Dawson Falls Location Wells Gray Provincial Park is located near Clearwater, British Columbia, Canada. Starting in Vancouver it is a 480 km drive. I recommend you take Highway 5 in Kamloops. Towards the end of the journey, you’ll see some very beautiful views. In Clearwater, you can either take the Clearwater Valley Road (which is […]