As stressful as my job can be, it's tough to call flying "work" when you get views like this. Manmade Glennifer Lake created in the middle of farmland by the Dickson Dam. Southwest of Red Deer, Alberta. Been flying around here for four years now and I've never gotten over the name "Glennifer." 😂
"Over every mountain there is a path, although it may not be seen from the valley." -- Theodore Roethke Chief Mountain isn't quite Alberta, but it's close. I love getting the opportunity to fly down to the Rockies.
Snapped a Westjet 737 on final approach for Edmonton. Just the outskirts of the city in the background. It probably won't be long before all of that farmland is bought up and turned into residential. The city is expanding so fast.
We found some meese hiding up near Slave Lake. They can blend in pretty well in the woods. We didn't want to hang around too long and scare them but it's always amazing to see animals like this in the wild. #MeeseNotMoose . . . . . . . . . . #alberta #canada #aviation #avgeek #flying #cessna #airplane #aerialphotography #instaaviation #outdoors #photooftheday #picoftheday #photography #beautiful #beauty #snow #winter #moose #wildlife #forest #trees
Flying into 2018 like. First flight of the year. I've always wanted a cool picture flying over the Henday, and where would be better than the brand new section? Traffic on it or not though, I'm way happier being in the air.
My view on Christmas morning! Started the day off with a quick flight to Calgary and back. Felt a bit strange not waking up and starting Christmas rituals immediately, but it's hard to complain when you get to be in an airplane.
Rocky Mountain House always ends up being one of the most beautiful places we fly over. The North Saskatchewan River seems to always be a different shade of blue. Lucky for us, there are dozens of pipelines running around the area so we're here often, but the nature is kept so well that you would never notice.