Follow us as we explore many of the world’s most awe-inspiring and photogenic places, both close to home and to every continent around the globe – not just famous and iconic “must see” destinations, but also little-known treasures off-the-beaten-track that you may not find elsewhere. Photo Journeys is about discovery through photography. Our specialty is […]
Kootenay National Park, one of the gems of the Canadian Rockies, will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2020. It’s spectacular at any time, however our recent visit was even more rewarding because of the fall colours. One big advantage of visiting the park is that it’s less busy than its next-door neighbour, Banff National Park, […]
Fort William in Thunder Bay, Ontario is considered the world’s largest fur trade post, and one of the largest living historic attractions in North America. This area has long been an important Canadian transport hub. In recent times it has been best known as the western-most port on the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway system, where […]
The Forks is not only Winnipeg’s top tourist attraction today; folks have been gathering here for centuries. It was named for the piece of land where the Assiniboine and Red Rivers meet. Just across the Red we find Old St. Boniface, with some of Winnipeg’s oldest historic buildings, and centre of the largest francophone community […]
The north shore of Lake Superior abounds in photogenic places, with Neys Provincial Park being among the best spots to spend a night or two, especially if you’re a photographer. The location couldn’t be more convenient – just off the Trans Canada Highway on the rugged Coldwell Peninsula, and right on one of the finest […]
Winnipeg offers a variety of places to get in touch with nature in and around the city, but these two in particular shouldn’t be missed. At Fort Whyte Alive and Oak Hammock Marsh it’s all about enjoying the great outdoors – spotting wildlife, walking trails, and discovering the natural world. Photo opportunities abound, especially for […]
Bright yellow canola fields almost beg to be photographed. Saskatchewan, on the Canadian Prairies, is the world’s largest canola producer. Here’s some of our favourite areas to find the crop.