Alberta Wilderness

Alberta Wilderness
Hi all, photographers, hikers and nature lovers. Here are some pictures taken in the Alberta Wilderness during the Summer of 2013, a bit before Calgary’s flooding. I went one week-end to try (again) to photograph grizzly bears, but I saw none. Unfortunately. On these series of photographs, you will be able to discover the Rockbound Lake area in Banff National Park, Johnston Cayon, Moraine Lake, Valley of ten peaks and Consolation Lake. But you will also see the beauty of …

Calgary Flooding 2013

Calgary Flooding 2013
It’s been three weeks since I arrived in Calgary, Alberta, and I was really impressed by the flood here. Welcoming message?! Hopefully it doesn’t happen every year, but the Calgary flooding 2013 is apparently the wrost one ever. I would to thank you the Red Cross and the City of Calgary for their help, work and support. Amazing staff and organisation. I had to evacuate for 3 days the place I was into, and been set to the Sait (SAIT …

Kananaskis Country, Banff, Alberta

Kananaskis Country, Banff, Alberta
Hi photographers, hikers and nature lovers, Here are some photos from Kananaskis Country and Banff, in Alberta, where I went to hike for two days, hoping to encounter and photograph grizzly bears. Seven bears were spotted the first day I was there, but I saw none. Coyotes, moose, deers and many birds (grey jay, goshawk, willow ptarmigan…) were all around the area. I hiked some distance across the grizzly area but I missed two by few minutes (fresh foot prints …

The Abandoned Incinerator Of Montreal

The Abandoned Incinerator Of Montreal
Hi photographers and urban explorers. Four other sessions at the abandoned incinerator of Montreal, from few months ago. The Abandoned Incinerator Des Carrières, known as the Incinerator #3. First serie of photographs is when I went into the building by night and experienced some shots and lighting. I bought at the Dolorama store some really cheap colored lights (blue, green, red, white) and I tried some lightpainting with them. I used the lights to lightpaint so elements of the machines …

Tulip Festival Ottawa

Tulip Festival Ottawa
The Tulip Festival in Ottawa is the world’s largest tulip festival. Established in 1953, the mandate of The Canadian Tulip Festival is to preserve the heritage of Canada’s role in liberating the Dutch during the Second World War, and celebrate the symbolic tulip. Ottawa’s official flower, the tulip was given as a gift in perpetuity to the Canadian people for having provided safe harbour to the Dutch Royal Family during the German Occupation of the Netherlands. The tulip remains a …