"I must go, my people need me." -that guy probably.
How insanely beautiful is Western Canada??! I am a firm believer that when you jump into water that is GLACIER COLD, as you surface... you will make sounds you have never heard your voice do before
Repeat after me.
I am smart
I am strong
I am capable
I am loved
I can overcome any task or fear that comes my way
I am kind
I am beautiful
I am unique and will only be myself in this world.
• I Completed my last nursing exam for this semester and I feel like I don’t know what to do with my days! Time to enjoy my slow mornings, lounging around and get ready for Christmas!
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“Frozen pearls“, Banff National Park, Canada. @BanffNP
I love going to Calgary because not only do I get to see my besties and drink champagne in rooftop hot tubs, but we also do cool stuff like meet @gregsestero + hang out with wolf dogs at @yamnuskawdsanct 🍾🐺❤️
Tickets are now on sale for everyone’s favourite evening of Song & Story! Songs for Shelter is returning to the Canmore Miners’ Union Hall on Jan. 12, 2018. Come celebrate the start of the New Year with local musicians Pat “Sully” Sullivan, Mike Petroff, Gord March, and Julia Lynx as they treat the audience to fantastic tunes and stories of Old Canmore.
Advance tickets available to purchase online at
Or starting next week, purchase your tickets at March’s Floor Covering West, Shoes T’ Boot, or at the YWCA Banff. Tickets are $20 and all event proceeds benefitting the Bow Valley Women’s Emergency Shelter.
Most people figured it out, but the answer to my "who knows whose nose this is" question was this White-Tailed Jackrabbit! This photo was captured from my driveway and goes to show that you don't always have to venture far and wide for a great photo opp! #live_love_wildlife
The annual Geminid meteor shower.
This annual stellar spectacle peaked last night. This meteor shower is unique in that the meteors are not part of a comet tail, they originate from a asteroid, which still baffles scientists. As such ch these meteor are slower when they enter the atmosphere making for some amazingly bright and long firey tails.
Composite of 18 images taken over the course of about an hour.
Sony A7RII + Zeiss Loxia 21/2.8
18x 10sec, f/2.8, ISO3200
Take a trip to Abraham Lake in the colder months and you’ll see these frozen bubbles that fascinate visitors. The bubbles are a result of methane from dead organic matter at the bottom of the lake. Bacteria below feed on the matter and then release methane, which turns into these frozen bubbles as they float to the top and come into contact with the frozen surface. Have you seen this natural phenomenon yourself? 📷: @ananya.ray📍: @TravelAlberta#ExploreCanada
Pendant l’hiver, il faut vous rendre au lac Abraham pour admirer ces fascinantes bulles gelées. Ces bulles sont le résultat du méthane émanant de la matière organique en décomposition au fond du lac. En se nourrissant de la matière organique, les bactéries dégagent du méthane. Le gaz se rassemble alors pour former ces bulles qui flottent jusqu’à la surface du lac gelé. Avez-vous déjà eu la chance d’admirer ce phénomène naturel? 📷: @ananya.ray📍: @travelalberta#TravelAlberta