8-bit Alan... I’ve had a new drone for over a month now and this was legitimately the first picture taken. Been happy just flying this thing around and taking videos up until now; the sole purpose of getting the Mavic was essentially just for photogrThunder Bay, Ontario
@living.for.the.moments Awesome, Alan! 👏👏👏
@julianna_koval Incredibly amazing, Alan!!👏🔝🔝🔝👏 Looking forward for next sessions!🌟
The crows call... Typically associated with death and dying, not only in part due to their diet and scavenging habits, but they also have a strange ritual - gathering for funerals, mourning those who have past, and collecting information on how theyArches National Park
Spent some amazing afternoon’s photographing this old house on St. Joseph’s island.. It’s a shame that the building is no longer there. Will always hold the memory of narrowly avoiding a confrontation with a resident skunk near to my heart.St. Joseph Island
@alftown @anto81nio 🤘🙏
@keenanlam skunks are my best friend
Nap time... Sunbathing amongst the herd, this young fallow deer nearly fell asleep in the comfort of his brethren. It’s common to find this type of deer in woodland habitats, and the size of the herd is typically governed by the habitat in which theyMontebello, Quebec
@maryleedjohnson Oh so beautiful 🤩
Otherworldly views in White Pocket, Arizona... This place has some of the most stunning and unique vistas experienced in the mid southwest, luckily @orionbradburn knew where all the good spots were. One the raddest individuals I’ve met on my travels.White Pocket
Smug mug... These little arctic foxes are like the size of a fluffy chihuahua - no joke, maybe even smaller. As they were gracefully frolicking around in the fresh snow, enjoying a peaceful evening with their peers, everything seemed at ease; no worrMontebello, Quebec
@soosseli How cute is that 😍😭
Some of the best moments in life are spent simply travelling with no particular destination in mind or place to be. Enjoying the open road and deriving joy from the hidden sights along the way.Valley of Fire State Park
@antdiraff Love it ❤️
@andre.brandt Woah this shot is unreal man, nice work! 😍
Inside, out... Along the icy shores of Lake Superior, Minnesota, there’s a place known as Hollow Rock, aptly named for the small keyhole opening located dead centre on the island. Getting into the entrance is something usually unthought of, well, becGrand Marais, Minnesota
@alftown @tailorhartman such a cool spot when it’s frozen up!
@luca_furcas_ Amazing photo🔝
When all your ducks are in a row, and that’s not even your species... wandering around the park in search of a resident owl, we came across a massive gathering of birds, all of them assuming that food would be provided. You can see the strategies utiHamilton, Ontario
@alftown @rudydog55 nailed it! 😆
@rudydog55 @alftown really love the shot too !
Tiny Alan... The views from up here, perched atop the arches, were nothing short of spectacular. As the sun set you could see the entire valley of Arches National Park light up in different shades of orange and red... Although, I’m extremely colourblArches National Park
@swagginscottricks @alftown haha
@1martyephoto Wow !! Spectacular shot 👍👍🙋🏻♀️
Where the water runs through the rocks... it’s absolutely crazy seeing the natural colours emitted from sandstone erosion at Antelope Canyon when the light strikes from above. Wandering through the caverns it’s hard not to run into rocks, and other pPage, Arizona
@alftown @nosbic2 ahaha thanks man! 🙏🤘
I never post photos of myself... or photos that other people have taken in general, haha. But I figured this would be the exception as @mwhellams captured some amazing photos of me, framed just they way I like em’. Go check out her feed for some unreMoab, Utah
@thewinnetthouse @alftown handsome!
@random_shotz_and_thoughtz Incredible images... I love the second and third.. great capture 👍
Evolution has provided the Blue Jay many advantages over similar subspecies residing in North America. From it’s boldly aggressive nature, to the noisy screams emitted warding off potential predators within its territory, such as the hawk and owl. ThAtikokan, Ontario
@luizrozin_ Linda foto 📸
@everyavenuelife I love this one! So cute! 😍!!
Out on Lake Superior in -40 weather... walking around on the shoreline of Rossport, Ontario @dmgilbert was complaining that his feet were too cold, his boots weren’t cutting it. Myself on the other hand had ridiculously warm feet, but everything elseRainbow Falls Provincial Park
@alftown @emilyswihart well thank you! The best photos come from the worst extremes haha
Into the night... Hiking in the black of night over steep cliffs and winding paths is not something I usually like to do. But views like this make the extra effort worthwhile - was even lucky enough to have the tail end of a Milky Way touch down.Zion National Park
@yulneveroamalone Your work is incredible !!
Walking around the lake during blue hour, torch in hand, staring at the vast openness... Stepping over snowmobile tracks, next to fresh wolf tracks and watching otters run by on the weekend was quite the experience. There’s always beauty to be foundAtikokan, Ontario
@nsp_freeze Beautifully captured
@alftown @nsp_freeze well thank you! 🙏🙏
One of the things I can tell you about wildlife portraits, is that they’re similar to any other portraits - it’s all about the eyes... so, a great way to draw a viewer into the frame is to try and be eye-level to the subject, thus creating the effectKanab, Utah
@smaku It’s great that you’re making new friends in your travels!👌