Overlooking the Vermillion Lakes in Banff, Canada.
On my April trip to Banff, we awoke up to a few inches of snow, so we took a drive around the Vermillion Lakes and found one section of perfectly still water.
You know that feeling when everything else in life fades away, you can't stop smiling, you feel like you're floating and you never want that moment to end...that's how I feel exploring and photographing architecture and history and the forgotten past.
I vividly remember this day, back in 2009, inside Building 231 at the former Hunter's Point Naval Shipyard in San Francisco. It had just rained and the whole lower level was covered in a few inches of water and the reflections were extraordinary.
I think it's about time to get out and do some exploring again soon...