Honolulu Morning View

This is the view Cameron was looking at in my last post. The view from our room in Honolulu was amazing! I spent a lot time staring out the window at it. I think most people would have wanted a straight view of the beach, but for me this was just perfect! I kind of feel like, if you seen one beach, you’ve seen them all. Sitting at this window with a coffee in the morning provided a lot of new things to see and a very inviting city to draw you into.

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Morning Sun

exif-data-rob-moses-canon-5d-mark-iii-50mm-1-4I just caught the sun peaking over this massive mountain in Banff. Whenever I think of “The Rockies”, it’s a mountain exactly like this that comes to mind. Fun to catch it with the warm sun coming into the picture.

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Spring in Canmore, Canada

Last weekend I was out in Canmore, Alberta Canada to escape the city for a little bit. On Sunday morning I decided to go for a little “spring” walk and take a look around the town to see if I could get any good pictures. Although it looks more like winter in this picture, it was still a nice morning for a walk and I think these guys would agree :).

Canmore Alberta Canada Spring Mountain Town Street Photography - People Walking in Famous Town - Rob Moses Photography - Vancouver Seattle Calgary Photographer Photographer BokehCamera: Canon 6D & 50mm 1.4 ~ Settings: 1/4000th – f/1.4 – ISO 100

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A Snowy Tuscany

I was shooting a house the other day and this was the view from the master bedroom. I like how the houses are on an angle and the view of the Rocky Mountains from here is great! Not a bad view to wake up to :). FYI, this neighbourhood is called “Tuscany” and is a suburb of Calgary, Canada.

Snow Tuscany neighbourhood Calgary Alberta Canada YYC Winter Famous Rocky Mountains - Rob Moses Photography - PhotographerCamera: Canon 5D mark iii & 70-300mm DO @160mm ~ Settings: 1/640 – f/11 – ISO 1600

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