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John Fujimagari
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@jfuji - Photographer, Traveler, Ponderer, Philosopher, Blogger
@jfuji - Photographer, Traveler, Ponderer, Philosopher, Blogger

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  When out shooting with a group, it is sometimes hard to keep people out of your shot, but sometimes their tracks still get included. It makes me wonder where they were going and why I don’t see them in the distance. In the best light…

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  A contrast in textures, with the rough mountain face above, the soft snow below and the shaggy trees between. In the best light…

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  I love the mountains. One of my favourite things about living in this area, is to be able to visit places like this and to photograph them. The beautiful sunny day and the crisp snow do their best to highlight this mountain. In the best light…

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  Taken near Monday’s image from a different position and a tighter crop. In this shot I wanted to focus more on the trees and the water flowing across the foreground of the frame. In the best light…

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  This is an older image that I decided to reprocess in black and white. It was taken at Rampart Flats in Banff National Park, north of the Saskatchewan River Crossing on the Icefields Parkway. In the best light…

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  While I was perched high on the canyon rim, looking down 600’ to the bottom, the ravens ride the thermals and updrafts. Whirling and wheeling along the cliffs, they seemed joyous fluttering in the wind. In the best light…

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  The dust storm rages overhead while the sun burns through the haze to light the bottom of the canyon. The green foliage marks the course of the water, when the rain does fall. In the best light…

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  I thought the rich warm colours might be nice for a cold winter day. In the best light…

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From my submission to Jim Goldstein’s Best Photo Project. Every year Jim gathers up the best images of photographers on the web and publishes a list, linking to the individual’s site or blog. I have participated every year since 2010.…

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  What first appeared to be dust on a dirty negative, the tiny flecks all over this image are really large snowflakes that are falling. The bare field will soon be covered in snow. In the best light…
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