lake-louise-alberta-man-mountains-view-rob-moses-photography-portland-calgary-vancouver-seattle-spokane-photographer-wa-bc-native-american-tlingit-ojibaway-famous-un-celebrity-canadian-best-pdx

Enjoy The View

exif-data-rob-moses-canon-6d-24-105mm-f4-isSometimes you just gotta have a seat and enjoy the beauty around you. When you’re in Lake Louise there is no shortage of places to do just that. I think this particular spot is definitely one of the best places to take it all in.

I didn’t know this guy, but I thought it was a good look the way he was sitting by the lake. I ran up behind him and shot about 5 photos. I was shooting at 24mm, so you can image how close I was to him. After I shot the first photo, he looked back at me and I shot my second frame. Clearly he didn’t mind because he just turned his head back and kept enjoying the view. 🙂

Thanks for stopping by, Rob

Click photo to view in a larger size.

Click photo to view in a larger size.

Settings: f/4 - 1/800 - ISO 100

Settings: f/4 – 1/800 – ISO 100

Lake Louise Glacier rocky mountains canoe boat Canada flag Rob Moses Photography Portland Calgary Vancouver Seattle Spokane Photographer WA BC Native American Tlingit Ojibaway famous un celebrity Canadian best pdx spokane

Lake Louise

exif data rob moses canon 6d 24-105mm ISMy family and I took a trip out to Lake Louise this past weekend. The weather was a little spotty and strange. One moment it would be raining, the next sunny and next again sun and rain! It never started pouring really hard, so that was nice. I spotted this canoe with a large Canadian flag on it and shot this photo. I wish the flag was a little more straight, but I guess like this it shows a little more realism. Anyhow, I thought the canoe and flag made for a nice foreground to the beautiful landscape in the back.

The Instagram picture is of my son shooting a photo on this hike we did. I took that picture with my iPhone and I really like how it turned out. Pretty easy to get a good shot out there I guess :).

Click photo to view in a larger size.

Click photo to view in a larger size.

Thanks for stopping by, Rob