TITLE: "Evening Light Upon the Perfect Climb"
I took this photo of a friend of mine climbing at Skaha Bluffs Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada, just a few weeks ago. Skaha is a magical place because it seems to grant us with the most perfect evening light every single night. This scenic rock climb leads to a perfectly situated tree that lends an interesting focal point to an already intriguing photograph. Also, the different textures of the rock and the crack leading all the way up the wall make for an incredible route to photograph. The subject of the photo glances at his harness to reach for a piece of gear to place within the crack as he nears the top of the route.
AUTHOR: Kenzie Beeman (Canada)
Kenzie Beeman was born in Calgary, AB in 1999, but relocated to Canmore just 11 years later to get closer to the mountains. She has a relentless passion for both digital and analogue photography. She is currently going into her fourth year of studies at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus, majoring in Visual Arts and minoring in Art History. Kenzie’s acute attention to detail has given her the eye she needs to create beautiful photographs.
Kenzie’s priority always has been, and always will be, to capture the truth and authenticity of human emotions. Her love for rock climbing and skiing has given her the inspiration and the means to capture moments and adventures in the outdoors. She strives to reflect her immense gratitude and appreciation for the environment by photographing her friends and family enjoying the natural landscape.
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