Инстаграм @sarahlyndsayphotography Sarah Lyndsay
Heading west today for the tulip festival in Chilliwack and Abbotsford! Here is a moody shot from a couple years back ... wish me happy weather this weekend! 🌤🌷
Quiet evenings on the lake. I live a few blocks from this scene.. doesn’t get much better than that 📷🌤
It’s been a while since I’ve shot a sun star!! I usually like to wait until there is a little more colour in the clouds and the sun is behind the mountains, but these rocks need a little light on them otherwise they make a dull foreground🌤 #exploreshuswap Used the new NATural ND filter from @tiffencompany for this shot... loving it so far!!
Rainy afternoons in the mountains 💦 2 spots left in our June 2-8 Canadian Rockies photography workshop. Send me a DM for more details, or visit the link in my bio 🇨🇦📷
The last bits of colour before the night takes over. This place is a bit of a mess from the snow melt, but it’s only a matter of time before we are back to high waters and warm summer evenings 🌤📷
A moody early afternoon at Emerald Lake. There is 2 spots left for our June 2-8 Canadian Rockies photography workshop. Instruction and guiding from @nick_fitzhardinge and myself. We have a lot planned for this tour!! Can’t wait!! Check out the link in my bio for more details or send me a DM 🇨🇦📷
Some gorgeous warm sunset colour at the wharf here in Salmon Arm. I thought these clouds would finish off with some pink but the colour fizzled away shortly after this photo. I’ve also been trying out a new filter system from @tiffencompany ... looking forward to getting out with it some more!! Bring on all the clouds!! 📷😁
A gorgeous summer day in the mountains. Doesn’t get much better than this for photography conditions! Calm waters, a good mix of sun & cloud, and not another person in sight ❤️📷 June 2-8 Canadian Rockies photography workshop! Link in my bio.
Changing things up from colourful sunsets to dark, moody sunrises with hardly any light or colour. I love the result on overcast days that long exposures produce.. some people would not shoot in these conditions, but I highly suggest getting your camera out! You can learn all about this one on one, June 2nd to 8th in the Canadian Rockies for a photography adventure with @nick_fitzhardinge and myself. Link in my bio 🇨🇦📷