Road To Nowhere's PhotoBlog

We live just a few miles from the U.S. border (12 miles). Turtle Mountain isn't a mountain as much as a hill resembling a turtle. The park is shared between…

Another weekend camping. A promised Thunderstorm barely materialized. A few strikes that were mostly behind the clouds. Just two shots from last night

Out for some camping this week. Found a nice gem of a campground close to home. Not much for services but quiet and peaceful. Just a few random shots over the…

Been off here for awhile but back to having some time to post. Today, a few bees and flowers. Bees, hummingbirds, and flowers all have been out here for awhile…

A few images from warmer, and stormier days. I went out a number of times this past year trying to get some decent storm pictures. While I got a few, nothing…

This past weekend we went to the Lake Louise Ice Festival to check out the ice carvings. We managed to get there just before the big rush and spent a few hours…

We had made plans to go to Lake Louise, Alberta to take in the Ice Sculpting and rather than staying in Lake Louise, we went to Banff, Alberta for an extended…

With windchills into the -40s, it is easier to pull up some images from warmer days to post so here are a few more abandoned buildings. It would seem there are…

Another set of abandoned buildings. I like to check out backroads looking for something interesting so I have quite a few shots in this theme. Most of them lend…

Just a few shots that don't seem to fit anywhere else. Not great shots but I liked them enough not to want to throw them away either. A segment of a frosty…

Although I've gotten a few decent images of animals in the wild, sometimes you can do just as well heading down to the zoo for the day. These four were taken at…

Just like abandoned buildings, abandoned vehicles peak my interest and gets me wondering what the story behind them is. So many are well onto private property…

Sunrises and Sunsets from mostly warmer days. Almost always worth getting up early or staying late for the beginning or end of the day. Noctilucent Clouds: …

Ambition to get out and shoot and cold days don't always go together very well. I'm still waiting on some more Hoar Frost days to get out. Until then, I thought…

I really enjoy driving the backroads looking for old buildings. Unfortunately, every year more and more are either taken down or lost to weather and decay. Each…

Known as The Grandfather Tree, this white spruce tree is estimated to be over 300 years old. At the time the Cochrane Ranche was a working ranch, the tree would…

Summer time in Western Canada sees a lot of rodeos, both big and small. This was one we managed to spend an afternoon at in Smoky Lake, Alberta this past summer…
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