Instagramming Canada - Yukon

Instagramming Canada - Yukon September 17, 2015 · 1 min. readDisclaimer: This article may contain affiliate links.

After British Columbia earlier this week, I decided to go up north for the second part of my thirteen part series, "Instagramming Canada - Yukon". For those who don't know, or who are just tuning in, for the next 6 weeks I'll be focusing on a different province or territory in Canada, and I'll be showcasing some Instagram images taken of it by photographers just like you!

Be sure to "like" the images below and give these guys a follow! Some of these pictures are breathtaking!

The next place I'm doing is Alberta on September 21st! Be sure to send me your pictures to get featured just like these!

And finally, a thank you to Eric Mclement, whose image I used for my splash image. Be sure to like his stuff too! He's awesome!

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Northern Lights

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Mountains

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And, as always, a big thank you to my sweetheart Jessica Nuttall for proof reading a countless number of my articles. I couldn't do any of this without you. I love you.

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