Karl Johnston

Aurora Borealis over the Slave River

Aurora Borealis over the Slave River

Aurora Borealis over the Slave River, Northwest Territories, Canada Photograph by Karl Johnston

 Karl Johnston

Seasonal Dawn

Seasonal Dawn

Rapids of the Drowned, Slave River, Northwest Territories, Canada

Photograph by Karl Johnston      The night gives way to the light as it breaks above the horizon one early morning. Gold light sugarcoats cold stones and heats up the foggy rapids, waking them. The dark is driven downriver once again. This is why photographers enjoy waking up early.

 Karl Johnston

Heaven Below Me – Exploring Wood Buffalo National Park from the Air

Heaven Below Me – Exploring Wood Buffalo National Park from the Air

My alarm goes off at 6 A.M. and I make a note of grabbing my circular polarizer as I load my slingshot camera bag over my good shoulder. My other shoulder is still giving me trouble from when I tore my rotary cuff tendon years ago; the doctor said it was a bad idea for me to haul […]

 Karl Johnston

Pelican Light

Pelican Light

Pelican Light, Rapids of the Drowned, Slave River, Northwest Territories, Canada Photograph by Karl Johnston       

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My Home

My Home

My Home, Fort Smith, Northwest Territories, Canada Photograph by Thomas Koidhis   

 Karl Johnston

Rainbow of the Night

Rainbow of the Night

Rainbow of the Night, Slave River, Northwest Territories, Canada Photograph by Karl Johnston