- The Blue Lake -
Wonderful view from the shore of Moraine Lake, its blue waters make the enchanted landscape. It is a pleasure to walk along the banks of the lake, enjoying the fresh air, the sound of the wind that caresses the pine forest and the singing of the birds. Living in cities often we forget how beautiful it can be the sound of nature.
Banff National Park
Alberta - Canada
With almost 10 million square kilometers is the second largest nation in the world. Its endless boreal forests cover most of the territory, from south to north well beyond the Arctic Circle. From the Atlantic coast to the Pacific there are nine thousand kilometers of incredible landscapes, grasslands, lakes and mountains, inhabited by a huge biodiversity. This makes Canada one of the largest wildness in the world.
- The First Day of Fall -
The Fall is probably my favorite season, when everything explodes with its latest burst of beauty, as if nature had saved energy all year for the grand finale, the last show before the winter months. Autumn creates a combination of mixed emotions, wonder for the unique colors, landscapes become like paintings and the leaves of the trees become flowers. Sadness at the same time, the days get shorter, the cold becomes more sharp day by day as a warning of winter that soon will freeze all of nature, trees, rivers and lakes.
Banff National Parl - Alberta - Canada September 2011
- Peyto Lake -
Peyto Lake is a glacier-fed lake located in Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies. During the summer, significant amounts of glacial rock flour flow into the lake, and these suspended rock particles give the lake a bright, turquoise colour.
Banff National Park
Alberta - Canada
- The Silken Waterfalls -
As Johnston Creek approaches the Bow River, it flows through a large canyon formed by erosion over Thousands of years. The creek Has cut through the limestone rock to form sheer canyon walls, as well as tunnels, pools and waterfalls, and especially the latest they could be spectacular.
Johnston Creek - Alberta - Canada September 2011
- Aroud Victoria -
The city of Victoria is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, British Columbia's capital, The best Canadian cities for quality of life and one of the best in the world. Completely immersed and surrounded by nature, this small bay is situated in the area of View Royal, behind the house where I lived for more than four months. Often seals and otters were swimming in the bay and it was not uncommon to spot bald eagles in the area.
Victoria - British Columbia - Canada
- Time to Play -
We are surrounded by dolphins, a pod of more than two hundred of them. As soon as the zoodiac began to move, the waves created by the propeller became a very attractive playground. Dozens of dolphins kept coming in
leaps, pirouettes and acrobatics only few meters from
where we were sitting.
Johnstone Strait - BC - Canada September 2011
- The New Generation -
Cathedral Grove is a rare and endangered remnant of an ancient Douglas fir ecosystem on Vancouver Island. The biggest trees in the Grove are about 800 years old and measure almost 80 meters in height. But even for trees so impressive it all starts from small shoots, signs that the ecosystem is healthy.
British Columbia - Canada
- Vancouver by Night -
The night was very clear, I Decided to take a walk through the deserted streets of the sleeping city. I arrived in the port area near Stanley park in front of me the stretch of sea That separates the city from North Vancouver. I was on a small pier, watching the bright lights of Downtown Vancouver with its skyscrapers and the spectacle of thousands of lights. I set-up the tripod and I began to shoot.
Vancouver - BC - Canada