David Cure-Hryciuk
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Hi everyone. I believe in sharing some of the most gorgeous places in the world and like others here, seeing what others' photography work is like. North America is a magnificent landscape with everything from mountains to plains, deserts to rainforests and major cities to wilderness where not a single soul can be seen for days. I hope to explore more adventures on other continents, but for now, I give you all a showcase of some of the diverse things to behold and be inspired by in North America! Cheers! Also I have the address of videos of various places in Canada if you follow my YouTube link as posted. If you would like to chat about photography, you can reach me at Davidrad18@yahoo.ca Happy photography! If you would like to see an intense thunderstorm with spectacular lightning on my YouTube profile, look for user Davemeister22 and go to the video search tab and type in this: A Severe Thunderstorm With Tornado Potential Strikes Edmonton AB, July 18th, 2009 Happy storm chasing!

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Thank you very much Yuri, for your visit and like!

Greetings, Maria

Beautiful summer shot. Like

Yes, thankfully our terrible winter in Alberta and any signs of it, except on the mountain summits are gone. Unfortunately, all the massive snow melt just ran off the land and replenished the receded lakes and dry soil. Thanks for your sympathy on our fire situation here in Alberta. It dried out so darn fast this spring, that it's as if we went STRAIGHT from mountains of snow to mountains of ash, but that's Albertan weather for you!! By the way, I've already added some pictures of a fire I saw near Devon (southwest of Edmonton) and they are located at the beginning of the same picture batch as the rest of my Nordegg pictures I've just added.


It's amazing what you can do with photo editing software, eh?

Keep up the excellent photographic work!


Thanks, Alireza.

Best regards from Canada,


John, it certainly does look like the ridge in Sturgeon Valley helped well indeed with your back lighting. Keep up the fantastic work!


:) i was going to comment on another "outstanding" rock... but i didn't like the look of it's neighbour ;)


Thanks for your compliment, Lana. Yes, indeed you would get frozen in my part of Canada if you came here for Christmas! I'm sure that it's snowy and cold in the high elevations of the Andes during Christmas, but it has to be a magnificent view from up there.

Happy trails from Canada,


I thought it was a thunderstorm too, but was very surprised when I got closer and saw that it was just a passing shower. There was, however, mammatus clouds, evidence of quite an updraft, a brief downpour, obviously dark cloud formations and definitely potential for lightning.

Thanks for your comment, John!


Thanks very much, Stacy. I love the badlands and yes, this is worthy of mapping and I will do so as soon as possible.

Happy camping from Edmonton,




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