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Jeff Bartlett

Adventure photographer & writer based in the Canadian Rockies. Email: Currently in the Canadian Rockies Similar users

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Get outside and explore! I'm beyond stoked for the friends that join me on adventures and encourage me to simply go when they're unable to join the fun. It's awesome that @eddiebauer helps support my unique journey, too, so check out #liveyouradventure for some inspiration and then get outside and create your own story! at Larch Valley, Banff National Park


Star light, star bright, I should probably try to get more sleep at night. at Canadian Rockies


If you rest, you rust! You'll be sleepy when the alarm goes off at 4AM but you'll be thrilled to watch the sunrise. at Beaver Mines Lake


I've continued using the @SamsungCanada #GalaxyS8 while on assignment in California last month and its camera continues to impress. While the Pro settings make it easy to use the phone to capture travel memories, it's the Infinity Display that truly makes me love this device. It's so clear and sharp that it's a natural way to review my images and video footage. To learn more about the Galaxy S8+, follow the URL in my profile. ---- #unboxyourmoment #unboxyourphone #samsunginfluencer at Bishop, California


There is no better way to #liveyouradventure than guiding friends on an early morning hike in search of epic light. ---- Supported by @eddiebauer #ebcontributor at Banff National Perk


Millions of puffins, puffins for free. ---- I just posted my Faroe Islands image collection on my website. If you're interested in seeing them full screen, follow the URL in my feed. at Mykinesbygd, Faroe Islands


I captured this image in low light, with my @SamsungCanada #GalaxyS8 as the sun set from the East End of Mt Rundle. Mt Rundle is an absolutely stunning mountain that stretches from Canmore to Banff and is the backdrop of countless iconic images from Banff National Park. Since moving to Canmore, I've looked at the mountain from my bedroom window on a daily basis and after looking towards the mountain for nearly a year, I finally decided to hike up and enjoy the views. To learn more about the phone, follow the URL in my profile. ---- #unboxyourmoment #unboxyourphone #samsunginfluencer at EEOR


What an incredible month. It began with this sunrise hike near my home in Canmore and it ends shooting a milky way timelapse in California. In between, I fit in enough adventure to leave me exhausted but looking forward to continuing the fun in August. I owe a big thanks to @eddiebauer for helping make it all possible. Remember to share your adventure story using #liveyouradventure! ---- #ebcontributor #sponsored at Kananaskis Country


Yet another reasoni never hit the snooze button. @eddiebauer #liveyouradventure #ebcontributor It took a 4AM alarm and a quick hike to reach the summit ridge on Table Mountain for sunrise, but it was worth every step. #sponsored


I've been loving my @SamsungCanada #GalaxyS8 and it's stunning camera. It's always in my pocket and ready to capture whatever catches my eye. The Pro setting gives me full control of the camera, letting me choose the ISO, shutter speed, white balance, and focus distance. It's a killer combination that feels more like shooting with a traditional camera than a phone. Learn more by following the URL in my profile. ---- #UnboxYourMoment #UnboxYourPhone #SamsungInfluncer at Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia


Sunrise paddles from a year ago, but it feels like yesterday. ---- I've been home for a month and managed to catch a dozen sunrises. I'm exhausted, so I nearly went back to sleep after my 2:45 AM alarm this morning. Just before I drifted back to sleep, I realized I had a flight to catch rather than a sunrise. Off to chase the Milky Way in the Sierras. As always, it's hard to leave the Rockies, but I trust they'll be waiting when I get back. at Jasper, Alberta


Wildfire smoke made for some surreal conditions through much of British Columbia and Alberta this month. While I'm happy to have fresh air and clear skies once again, let's all remember to do our part. Keep campfires safe and legal, report signs of smoke or fire, and obey fire bans when they're in place. at Castle Junction, Alberta

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