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Let There be Light – 2024

It was Hunter Page’s first trip to the Canadian Rockies, and there were few mountains I was more excited to show him than Castle Mountain. It’s an impressive mountain, and after discovering a new location to shoot it from a few years ago, we made that our first stop of the photography trip. This spot takes a couple of kilometres of snowshoeing through deep, untouched snow, but we were excited and up for the task. The forecast looked pretty good for that morning with some clear(ish) skies out east but cloud cover over the mountain.

We arrived at this location and immediately noticed this reflecting pool, logging it away in memory in case I couldn’t find anything else. After some scouting, I returned to this reflecting pool, set up this composition and waited for the light.

We waited, then waited some more, and then did some more waiting and eventually, the morning light began to illuminate the clouds around the mountain. First, it lit up the right side above the mountain, then the left side, then behind the mountain, but sunrise light never actually hit Castle Mountain. We waited until a little over an hour after sunrise, but the light never came.

Now, this may sound odd, but it’s been my experience that when you pack up your gear, that’s when things get interesting. I had yelled to Hunter that it might be time to go, he agreed, and we started to pack up our things. I looked back up at the mountain one last time before collapsing my tripod and noticed the softest of light on one of the peaks. I knew what was coming. In a rush, I pulled everything back out just in time to capture a few moments where the light did some pretty spectacular things, including this one.

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