If you are looking to put some Canadian mountain inspiration into your day take a moment to read Cat Lachowskyj’s feature interview with MLP’s Alex Hakonsen in today’s LensCulture Magazine.

For those not familiar with the magazine, LensCulture produces one of the world’s best online resources showcasing modern photography and photographers. LensCulture regularly features and promotes a diverse range of photographic work  – documentary, fine art, nature, photojournalism, activism, street photography, sports, fashion, poetic, personal, abstract and human – this international journal celebrates innovative photography and photographers from around the globe.

Having MLP’s work featured in LensCulture via Alex’s Hakonsen’s interview is indeed an honour, and, not to put too fine a point on it, a real feather in both Alex’s and MLP’s cap! Cat Lachowskyj has captured Alex’s commentary in a relaxed and flowing style that merges beautifully with the image-rich format.

Take a moment to join Alex in tracing the footprints of Canada’s century-old survey photographers – click on LensCulture and be transported.

Resources of Interest


Panorama created by Alex Hakonsen on Missing Link station in Sheep River Provincial Park, Kananaskis Country, Alberta, July 2018. Based on David Nichol’s 1916 survey.