Search f11

Search the f11 site...

Use the search form below to search the f11 site. Enter your search term and press enter on your keyboard.

Sign In

My Account at f11 Photography Magazine

Welcome to your "My Account" area. From here you can access and update your contact and membership details, view all orders including videos and workshops purchased and write reviews on items you've bought.

Sign In

Please enter your username and password to log in.

Username:
Password:
 

If you have forgotten your login details and need a reminder, click here:
Request Reminder

Photography Magazine

Stepping Back

Stepping Back

Banff


David Noton recalls a memorable day when autumn and winter combined in a region of Canada he thinks is one of the most beautiful in the world.

Autumn comes early to the Bow Valley. By mid-September the colours of the aspens are starting to turn, and the first snow is not long behind. Actually, that’s a little misleading, as we’ve been snowed on in Alberta in July, while a dusting in August is not unheard off.  We’ve also basked in t shirts and shorts in mid-September. But usually by early October the imminent winter is starting to excerpt its grip. For Canadians faced with the prospect of the next six months shovelling snow a certain weary resignation may settle in, but for a visiting photographer from England the spectacle of the autumn colours mixed with fresh snow is an unbeatable treat. Throw in the spectacular setting of Banff National Park and the simple fact is there is no other place I’d rather be.

Sign In or Join F11 to read this article

Please enter your username and password to log in.

Username:
Password:
 

If you have forgotten your login details and need a reminder, click here:
Request Reminder