Posts Tagged ‘Columbia Icefield.’

CIGP Throwback

Sunday, February 8th, 2015

One year ago, this occurred:


Columbia Icefield Gigapixel Project’s 2013 newletter

Monday, February 2nd, 2015

Well, I believe I found the last place I’ll use to share newsletters.

The layout and readability of Issuu’s PDF conversion is nice.

So here is an attempt at using their embed code.



I am planning on getting funding for this next season of shooting…..but, you never know….


I have also added a link to my Issuu profile in the friendly links section.

Vertical Pano clip

Sunday, December 1st, 2013
14 image two column vertical slice

14 image two column vertical slice


Here’s a vertical slice of the larger Athabasca Pano from last June highlighting the two climbers on Mount Athabasca.


This post is mainly a test for some new IFTTT settings.


Contact me directly to order any prints.






Jasper National Park

Thursday, August 22nd, 2013


If you’re wondering where the Columbia Icefield is located, I took a screen shot of my location on this last trip North. I strongly recommend a trip to the area if you’ve never been before. It’s an amazing area with a dynamic landscape that is being affected by human activity.

This area is of great importance to those of us that call the Pacific Northwest home as a portion of the Columbia Icefield feeds the Columbia River. As knowledge is gained by Mike Demuth’s team through the Mass Balance studies being conducted on the Icefield and it’s exit glaciers more can be understood about the surrounding Icefields and glaciers that feed our fresh water network. The question isn’t if their receding, but how much faster than previously thought.

Here’s closer satellite view of the Saskatchewan Glacier shoot location.




Friday, August 16th, 2013


Heading to Canada tomorrow. Hope to recreate this 1924 shot of the Saskatchewan Glacier from Parker Ridge and get another shot near by from a larger objective. Looks like it’ll be another solo trip.