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Canon 5D Mk IV // #Vancouver Canada πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ Lets go on an adventure πŸ€™πŸΌ Currently: Paris πŸ‡«πŸ‡· Next stopπŸ“: Morocco πŸ‡²πŸ‡¦ NEW ONLINE WORKSHOP OUT NOWπŸ‘‡πŸΌ

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Autumn in Slovenia is another magical place to see. The bright blue water makes the orange trees stand out even more 🍁 Off to Morocco tomorrow morning!
Another fantastic spot for fall colours is Japan. Everything turns bright red and orange, perfectly matching all the red pagodas πŸ—»
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Roaming the streets of Paris during autumn is one of the most beautiful things to do in Europe. What’s your favourite city?
Afternoon light in BC’s beautiful forests. Spent the day exploring little lakes and roaming through the woods looking for the Sasquatch 🦍🌲
We spent a sunny afternoon wandering around this pristine lake. It felt like something out of a fairy tale. We had the whole place to ourselves 🌲
I was snorkelling in Hawaii when this guy came up behind me to say hello πŸ‘‹πŸΌ We did our secret handshake before swimming off again 🌊🐒
The last sunrise we spent at Machu Picchu was socked in fog, completely changing the landscape of the ancient city. . I’ve been extremely busy gearing up for my next trip, stay tuned!
@sukiicat is a curious little adventure buddy. I’ve never met a cat with so much energy in my life 😸
Only a few days left to pre-order our online workshop! These are a few little snippets of me from episodes where I cover shooting portraits, sunrise, stars, blue hour and more. Link in bio!
Nature put on a show. I love when an epic storm and sunset happen at the same time. Magical things happen βš‘οΈπŸŒ…
We planned our trek around the new moon so we could have starry nights with no light pollution. This is one of those nights ✨ Who likes to star gaze?
We woke up at 2am to our base camp buried in snow. We had no idea if rainbow Mountain would be covered or not. This is what we arrived to, just as the sun was coming up over the surrounding mountains and hitting Rainbow Mountain. Luckily after about 10 minutes, the snow fully melted off one side.
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