About the Book
In Frank King's Southern Alberta, you'll find everything from snow-capped peaks to wisps of prairie grass, from stunning autumn aspens to mysterious badlands.
Frank has also spent time photographing the most interesting architecture in the southern half of the province. This is a new passion for him and several fascinating examples are included here.
Frank King's Southern Alberta, Frank's seventh Blurb photo album, brings together so much of what drives him to get up at ridiculously early hours and venture into landscapes that most of would never see in such optimal conditions.
He does it for pure love and for spending extraordinary moments in God's mysterious, soul-restoring presence.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Large Format Landscape, 13×11 in, 33×28 cm
- Publish Date Feb 19, 2014
- Language English
- Tags Frank King, Lake Louise, Canadian wildlife, Canadian badlands, Canadian prairies, Alberta prairies, Alberta badlands, Moraine Lake, Banff National Park, Rocky Mountains, Canadian Rockies, Alberta Rockies, Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, Canada, Calgary, YYC, Waterton, Banff, Drumheller, wildlife, wolf, badlands, prairies
For more than 30 years, Frank King has juggled making pictures with his career, first in journalism and now as News Media Relations Manager with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association of Canada/Samaritan's Purse Canada. Besides Ireland, Costa Rica and Senegal, he's photographed extensively in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario and Quebec. His awards include Best in Show at the 1982 Markham Fair and Honourable Mention in the 2010 Calgary Stampede Photo Competition. His work has been featured in calendars by CBC Radio (Calgary), the Calgary Herald, Beautiful British Columbia magazine and the Irish Canadian Society of Calgary. He lives in Calgary, Alberta with wife Lori. "Frank is one of those rare people ... who makes each of his wonderful images seem like a masterpiece, with great care given to the details, as well as the overall composition and statement." -- Photographer Ed Brodzinsky, flickr.com