Alberta – landscape

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Maligne Lake Jasper National Park

  • artist : Bill Wood © All rights reserved.
  • Canon EOS 5D Mark II  EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM
    ISO 100  f/10  4.0 sec  71mm
  • Picasa Web Album Featured Photo
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West view of the Ten Peaks. Moraine Lake Banff National Park

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Kinky Lake off Trans-Canada Hwy.near Jasper National Park

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Aspens at Gregg Lake.Switzer Provincial Park

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Mount Robson 12,972 feetMount Robson Provincial Park

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Mount Robson from Berg Lake TrailMount Robson Provincial Park

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Mount Whitehorn looking across Kinney LakeMount Robson Provincial Park

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Along Maligne Canyon trailEast of Jasper toward Maligne Lake

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Elk

photos by Bill Wood

These photos are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

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12 thoughts on “Alberta – landscape

    • Hello, Tina! Thank you for your comment.
      I read your blog as an open diary. Thank you for sharing your daily topics.
      When I visited Vienna, it was only the roof of the cathedral that I was able to take photos. And stress is left and stays now. Your blog lets them calm down.
      When you said that you can call me a backstreetgirl, I was deeply moved by your word. Your diary always shows Vienna that I do not know.
      This statement is the reason why I subscribe your blog. Thank you again, Tina! 🙂

    • Aspens change from bright green to yellow and orange. These trees, connected under the ground by spreading root systems, are all one organism, and therefore all change color at the same time!

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