Sundog, Calgary, April 12th, 2013 (by danica+karl)
Today I’m revisiting archived work with fresh eyes, so here are some never before seen photos from 2009. On this cool October eve, friends and I departed from CNC3 for a loop around Toronto in a little Cessna.
p.s. I love Suspiria
Ka Ho Karl (2009)
Lone wisps of prairie wind hold back the night.
It’s quiet on the highway at four in the morning,
and I’m completely mesmerized.
Wispy Tufts of Sapphire, Ka Ho Karl (2012)
Ryan Faubert sent me this article that helps explain what we’re seeing in these photos. According to meteorologist Albert Flores: “these [high alto cirrus clouds] are very high above the atmosphere and are made of ice crystals thus have the feathery shape and do a good job or reflecting [light]…”
What a treat! While on our way home, my friends and I pulled off the highway to admire this gigantic rainbow stretchin’ out across the prairies.
Me, op’ing in the deeps of Johnston Canyon, and the suburbs :)
Photo credit: Mohamed Ahmed
Calgary as photographed from Mayland Heights
Ka Ho Karl (2012)
A lil’ bit of epic sky after Thursday’s rain spell.
Nuages Néon, Ka Ho Karl (2012)
Familiar Skies (by danica+karl)
Reminders of farmlands and country living
Now mix with a new generation of pioneer folk and industry
Home to big skies and the rocky prairies
We’re settling the West
And this is what it looks like
For all those who missed out on the first round of invites to view our recent work from Namibia, it’s up on Tumblr for all to enjoy.