How hard could it be to photograph a bioluminscent gnat?
One of the main tourist attractions in New Zealand is glowworm tours – tours that allow you to see their special species of glowworm Arachnocampa luminosa. Endemic to New Zealand, these gnats provide some of the best displays of bioluminescence the … Read More
Hot Pots, Hot Pools, Hot Springs? Free is something a lot of people can get behind, soaking in warm water is another. Situated on the Ring of Fire between the Indo-Australian Plate and the Pacific Plate, New Zealand has a … Read More
Haida Gwaii (previously known as ‘The Queen Charlotte Islands”) has always been something of a second home for me since I was a kid. My father grew up in the Moresby Island town of Sandspit, so visiting the islands wasn’t … Read More
Haida Gwaii (the Queen Charlotte Islands) if you haven’t heard of it is a chain of islands north of Vancouver island. I’ve been going here since I was a kid and more recently been trying to both film and photograph … Read More
Abraham Lake has always been one of the few places, easily accessible from either Edmonton or Calgary that I’ve always wanted to visit. The massive man-made lake covers some 50 km2. The decaying plant matter in the lake bed … Read More
“A wet night and a morning above 8,000ft” Babies first Mountaineer was supposed to be my first trip lead as an executive of the UAOC (University of Alberta Outdoors Club) – trip paperwork submitted six-weeks in advance meant there … Read More