Horseshoe Lake, British Columbia: This week I’m taking a break from posting a photograph from my recent hike along the Jurassic Coast, fear not there are still a lot of photographs from that hike, but I wanted to switch it up and take a trip down memory lane. I’ve been looking through some old raw files which have been lying dormant on my hard drive. I like to go back and re-edit photographs, I’m learning new editing techniques all the time and it’s good to revisit old photographs. Another reason to revisit old photographs is because the mood you’re in can affect how you edit a photograph, obviously you try and have an idea of the final edit when you press the shutter but sometimes, it’s good to just let your mind wander and experiment. This photograph was taken as the sun was setting behind the mountains and as the moon was rising at Horseshoe Lake, about 30 minutes from Fernie. Myself, Jordy and Jay were camping there before hiking to Tanglefoot Lakes. The great thing about living in this part of the Canadian Rockies is there are a ton of cool hikes to do in the summer months, and even better there is hardly anyone on the trails. The East Kootenays are not Banff or Jasper, sure they get ‘busy’ with the Calgary crowd, but a tour bus does not stop here… and that’s fine with me. This week I’m taking a break from posting a photograph from my recent hike along the Jurassic Coast, there are lots more photographs to post from that region, but I thought I’d switch it up and take a trip down memory lane. This photograph was taken using an Olympus EM-5.