It’s truly incredible how the time flies. It seems like only yesterday I was in Australia photographing the milky way and the amazing Aussie night skies. Although the milky way season is over, a new season as begun; a season full of views and skies just as epic. A Whistler winter is hard to beat. So far, this year it has been one of the best starts to a winter season that I can remember. Deep powder, frozen lakes and indescribable sunsets are just some of the treats we have been blessed with. One of the biggest perks of my job with Whistler Blackcomb is standing on top of the resort watching the sun rise and the sun set. Whistler winter 2016/2017 has not disappointed thus far.
I have been on a bit of a hiatus from posting on this forum however over the next few days until the new year I will be sure to catch you up on the start to my winter. This will include snorkel deep powder days, -24°C overnight cabin stays and a full moon/sunrise combo. Stay tuned, it will be worth it.
Until next time,