Last Paddler by PaulZizkaPhoto

Extending the Canadian paddling season in style – under the aurora. An absolutely perfect night in the mountains: a touch of moonlight, the mountains dressed up in white, “warm” temperatures and the northern lights dancing above!

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Utopia by PaulZizkaPhoto

What’s your idea of the perfect night out?
For me, hard to beat a wild place for the tent, icebergs, aurora, stars, calm water to reflect all of it, a few friends to share the view and a cup of tea to top it all off. The only thing missing was the family!
Self-portrait, Ilulissat Icefjord, Greenland.

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At Home in the Wild by PaulZizkaPhoto

Winter nights in the Banff backcountry. They hold so much magic.

Mount Drummond area, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.

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Golden Sela River by P-ANilsson

The golden River Sela one of this earths best Salmon Rivers and also one of the most expansive places to flyfish. But what a place to dwell and be at!! Hope you like it as much as me. Cheers P-A

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The Green in Greenland by PaulZizkaPhoto

Well, our first night ever shooting in Greenland was one that will stay with us forever. This is what I imagined when I thought of Greenland. Aurora, wilderness camping, massive icebergs (that one behind the tent is about 350 metres high).

Dream come true.

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Aurora Winds At Krikjufell by danielmachtfotos

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This shot was pretty hard to take. I hiked to the waterfall during the night and it was stormy as hell. To make my way up there was the one challenge, but the real challenge was to get a good shot because I only had my smaller tripod with me which – obviously – is not that heavy so it could stand the stormy winds.

I had to hold it really tight and always wait for some moments where the wind is not too strong so I can take a shot without completely shaking the camera.

Thanks for viewing and being interested in what I do!

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