Persistent Vision

Persistent Vision was the name given to a weekend-long photography event in March 2013 organised by Samantha Chrysanthou and Darwin Wiggett; two professional photographers based in Cochrane, Alberta. The weekend wrapped-up with a shooting session at Vermillion Lakes near Banff lead by David duChemin, the humanitarian assignment photographer. The plan was to be there at 7.30 Sunday morning to catch the warm light of sunrise bathing the majestic mountain scenery. No photo clichés here, Mother Nature had other ideas. Most sensible people would have stayed in bed rather than brave the cold wind and driving snow, but not this group of intrepid photography nuts. Here are some of the results of my efforts to capture the stark beauty of the day despite the very chilly overcast conditions. I must thank Samantha, Darwin and David for all their hard work and their inspiration. Checkout oopoomoo.com, and davidduchemin.com, for more information on Sam, Darwin and David.

©Chris Bone 2013
©Chris Bone 2013
©Chris Bone 2013
©Chris Bone 2013

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