If you’ve been following this travel photography blog a bit of late, you’ll know that I’ve been going a little bit stir crazy here in Alberta. It’s not that Canada isn’t amazing and full of really cool places to see, it’s just that I haven’t had wheels for most of the time I’ve been here. As such, it’s been a bit hard to get around. And, sure, we’ve gone on a couple cool excursions to places like Jasper, and earlier in the month we did a big Alberta road trip. However, I’m a traveller, and if I’m not moving around at least a couple times a week, I go nuts. Thankfully, I got together with the people at Enterprise rent-a-car to set up a sweet road trip out to Drumheller: land of prairies, hoodoos, and dinosaurs.
Check out the “On Location” video, and be sure to check out all the photos from the trip below.
You’re probably wondering why I chose to go to Drumheller, out of all the cool places in Alberta. Well, for one, it’s a place that I haven’t been to for a really long time. I head out to the mountains every time I come back home and spend a lot of time in them. I was really itching to do something different.
Also, I had never shot travel photography in Drumheller. The whole point of hooking up with Enterprise was to show how grabbing a rental car for a couple of days could help you pursue your passion. And, obviously, my passion is taking cool images of interesting places. Moreover, Drumheller is such a diverse place to shoot. You’ll see it when you check out the images, but in just 3 days we shot hoodoos, a canyon, the prairies, an old mine, a cool railroad bridge, and a museum full of dinosaurs. It really is a cool place to shoot.
About Enterprise Rent-a-Car and the #PlusYourPoints Program
If you’re a traveller like me, and spend a lot of time renting cars, the Enterprise Rent-a-Car Plus Program is something you should definitely consider signing up for. Essentially, becoming a program member allows you to accumulate points, that don’t expire, towards things like free rental days. Moreover, if you’re a frequent user it gives you chances for free upgrades each and every year.
Right now until February 25, 2015 Enterprise is running their “Plus your Points” promotion in which members can double their points on qualifying rentals. They also are giving away points for things like renting a car in Europe, connecting on facebook, or sharing the news on twitter.
If you’re renting cars a lot, for business or to pursue your passion (or both), it makes sense to sign up. You can do so here.
Photos from Drumheller and Area
As I mentioned earlier, the photos from Drumheller actually came out really well. I’m very happy not only with the quality of the images, but the variety. I managed to add about 15 images from the trip to various stock portfolios, so I’m extremely pleased about that. The trip was definitely a success.
What’s next on the Travel Photography Blog?
This week, we’ll be unboxing and giving a quick review on the specs of the 7D Mark ii. Then, I’ve got a second article from this trip to Drumheller where I’ll walk you through some of the images and show you my thought process and how I edited them. Then, we’re off on a wicked ski trip to Whistler before heading to the US after Christmas.
** This article was sponsored in part by Enterprise Rent-a-Car. A big thanks to them for helping make this trip a reality and allowing me to pursue my passion. **