Okanagan British Columbia: A Photographer’s Playground

From the pristine lakes, the gorgeous mountains and the rolling hills of wine vineyards, there is no better place for a photographer than the Okanagan.
Every season is a delight to capture nature at its best in the Okanagan with the snowy glaciers in the winter, endless rolling hills of wild spring flowers, gleaming turquoise lakes in the summer and unforgettable autumn colours.

Brian Arnold has done exactly that by using the Okanagan Valley as his photography playground. Brian is a well-established photographer and successful in all his interests including TV broadcasting, video producing and acting in television and film in well know shows and movies. His nature photos have been published in magazines and featured on BCTVs weather window.

Kalmalka Lake is one gorgeous spot for Brian and his camera.

Photographers will not be disappointed by its unrivalled beauty.
The lake’s unreal colors that change every day and stunning scenery beyond make it a beautiful spot to set up a tripod.
After a long day’s work, kick back near one of Okanagan Valley’s many lakes like Kalmalka Lake and enjoy the soothing sunsets.

The exquisite colours of Fall in the Okanagan Valley are the perfect backdrop for any photographer.  Brian captures the leaves at the perfect time of year in this photo.

The vast amount of maple trees in the Okanagan makes it an easy choice for autumn photography. Every which way you turn, magnificent colours jump out at you to click at.

Brian’s exquisite stock nature photos at only $24.95 each can be purchased on this website as well as his fine art prints at http://brianarnoldimaging.deviantart.com/  or http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/1-brian-arnold.html .  All proceeds go to help street kids and the homeless through the Kelowna Gospel Mission.