Photography is one of the most practiced art forms in the world. Mainly because it is accessible to so many. While we cannot all be professionals, we can certainly indulge our own fancy and take the photos that interest us the most.
Whether you lean toward landscapes, wildlife, people, architecture or macro photography, the Yukon has something that will interest the shutterbug in you.
Most people start their visit to the Yukon in Whitehorse. And if the traveller has the time and the means, they can visit Dawson City, Carcross, Kluane National Park and many other beautiful places.
When planning your visit to the Yukon, take your photographic interests into consideration. Does photographing a riot of colourful flowers interest you? Would you like to see the burnished copper, reds and yellows of the leaves in the fall? Do you want to take photos of a winter wonderland and the Aurora? Would you like to capture those delicate green buds bursting open? How about the getting those action shots while fishing, dog sledding, kayaking, canoeing or snow shoeing? All this and more is available to photographers visiting the Yukon.
We are happy to recommend day trips and short outings to our guests at Hidden Valley B&B who are looking for those special photographs. You can also get amazing photographs right here at our Yukon accommodation. The light is incredible, and there are 40 acres to roam in search of that perfect shot.
The technology is making it easier to get that “wow” photo. Guests at Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast have captured stunning photos of the Aurora on their iPhones. The Aurora, horses, dogs, flowers, duck pond (aka the skating rink in winter), hidden treasures in the gardens, and people in your own group, make fabulous subjects.
If photographing the jaw-dropping beauty of the Yukon is on your bucket list, it’s as simple as:
- Deciding which month you want to visit us at Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast.
- Booking your room at Hidden Valley B&B.
- Booking your flight with Air North if possible.
- And lastly, packing your camera!