Note from Editor: This time last year, we visited Emerald Lake, British Columbia for a winter adventure. Our experience, which we wrote about in Frozen Beauty in Yoho National Park, was unforgettable.
Since then, we’ve occasionally partnered with Instagrammer Lori Andrews. The photographer’s refreshing, artful take on Saskatchewan’s Grasslands National Park accompanied our story Exploring Light’s Birthplace, written by Canadian poet Lorna Crozier.
In short, we enjoyed Lori’s aesthetic so much we thought we’d revisit Emerald Lake Lodge and its unbeatable location during winter, only this time with the well-known Calgary Instagrammer behind (and in front of, as it turns out!) the camera.
We hope you enjoy our mini photo exhibit inspired by this outstanding corner of Canada courtesy of Lori. Oh yah, and for the record? That would be her good-humoured husband Ken hanging out with her.
*This post is the result of an arms length collaboration with Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts. It was not reviewed or approved before publication.
All Graduates | Italian Translation Services commented:
Canada is such a great place to visit to. All that wild wilderness just makes you either want to sit down and mellow, or go out and play like kids. BTW, how’s that circular knitting project I saw? My bet goes on mittens as I see a couple on the table. My favorite photo is the evening light. So serene and pristine, you just want to sit down with a cup of hot coco and watch it. Thanks for sharing!
Lori Andrews commented:
I have ripped and started that project three times! haha. I expect to finally complete my toque this week. It was really beautiful to be outside at dusk, you should go!
its wonderfull snow