“They hail from every corner of this country, from coast to coast to coast. For some, photography is a career; for others, a hobby. But what they — and we — share in common is a passion for making Canada better known to Canadians and the world.’’ Words of Alexandra Pope, Canadian Geographic digital editor.
“When meeting wild animals, I always feel gifted to be able to capture such sincere moments,” says Valérie Derome-Massé, a photographer and aspiring architect in Mont-Tremblant, Canada.
"I'm naturally attracted to these graphic photographs. The blue nothingness of the sky feels heavy on the white and barren landscape and it produces a fantastical mood." Words of Jeanne M Modderman, National Geographic Photo Producer.
"Beyond the Art, wildlife photography allows me to seek the uniqueness in things while engaging with nature in a unique way." Words Valerie Derome Masse