Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada
I have to be honest, in the summer months, the Natural bridge area in Yoho National Park is not a pleasant place to visit. This part of the park is often overrun with tourists, and even though the formation is cool to look at, I don’t find it particularly photogenic. However, if you visit the natural bridge in the winter the Kicking Horse river freezes, and you can venture into the rock formation and photograph the very cool rock abstracts that make up the ceiling of this natural rock formation. The best part is the tourists have gone, and it's not uncommon to have the area to yourself.
I handcraft each limited edition print except for the 30 x 45-inch photographs. Each copy is signed and numbered by me within a lower 1-inch border. Each size is limited to an edition of 8. 30 x 45-inch prints are dye sublimation on to aluminium, edition limit of 3
Check out the YouTube video below that follows my making of this image.