Bruno Engler came to Canada from Switzerland in 1939 and spent sixty years in the Rockies. His stunning black and white photos capture the magnificence and grandeur of the Canadian alpine landscape from the smallest plant to the highest peak. Bruno Engler's work is often compared to that of other noted photographers of the period, including his American counterpart, Ansel Adams.
Bruno Engler is a recipient of the Alberta Achievement Award for Excellence,
the Premier Cup for Photography and Mountaineering, the 1987 Rose Award and the 1986 Summit
of Excellence Award ... the highest honor that the mountain community can bestow upon its
peers for contributions to mountain culture.
To find out more about Bruno Engler and view or order fine art quality prints of his work, please use a frames compatible browser to visit the official Bruno Engler Photography website at www.brunoengler.com