Who says I am crazy for traveling to the Canadian North in November? In 2008 I had the privilege to explore Newfoundland… November 2013 I visited Yellowknife and this year I was fortunate to explore Whitehorse. What a treat – no tourists, wintery scenes and special light for landscape photography! I was all set for sub-zero temperatures and brought along my heavy boots and down parka but the mercury never dropped below -8 C.
In other words: I am not crazy – I am so fortunate that my art and my teaching take me to so many wonderful places! My workshops in Whitehorse were a success, and I will share more about that in a later post. Truth be told: I neglected to take photos for the first three days (I was very busy with individual consultations and totally lost track of the time to pull our my camera and capture the moments…). I have received a few photos from one of the workshop participants but have not processed them yet.
Today I am sharing some landscape impressions from my short excursions around Whitehorse. Thanks to my host Maria I did capture the light and landscape during the few hours of free time and daylight. What a treat, I am sure you will agree! Enjoy today’s slideshow – I love the Yukon and it is my goal to return in the not too distant future!