Hi Ilija and Kolari team! This submission to the “IR photo essay” is a potion of a photobook I just finished putting together. The formatting from the book is maintained, but I’m more than happy to reformat and/or edit the text to whatever degree would be appropriate for publishing online.
A calm evening, camping in one of my favourite regions, with the setting sun making Shuksan’s unique summit pyramid stand out uniquely.
The gradation of light above Mount Garibaldi and the form of Upper Brandywine Creek come together to compose what could have been a 1960’s psychedelic rock concert poster.
A unique view of a local “instagram-famous” backcountry location.
The tree zigs, the tree zags, its needles glow, and the waves shimmer. Ahh, nature is just so aesthetic.
The hills around the famous Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park seem to be set ablaze with infrared light.
A calm fall evening provides time to reflect on how much one loves nature, and bacon.
In the remote backcountry far north of Vancouver one finds a land forgotten by time, where time marches at a glacial pace.