Banff

Every year I get to spend a couple days in Banff during the last week of February. This year I spent most of it in driving up and down the Parkway, and south on the #93 all the way to Radium and back in search of wildlife, and didn’t see so much as a single deer. To make matters worse the weather was cold and dark and cloudy and entirely un-photogenic.  I did a short hike along the shore of lake Minnewanka (to the caynon bridge and back), and spent some time playing around on the cracked ice and rocky outcroppings and of the lake. On the last day the weather finally did clear up just before sunset, and I had just enough time to race down to Vermillion lakes to snap a few pictures.

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Playing around with my GPS and Lightroom….. LR Map Capture

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Banff

(Feb.26/11)

Banff National Park in winter.

Mount Rundle and Vermillion Lakes

Wild Big-Horned Sheep   Mount Rundle  Storm Mountain (I think)  Castle MountainCastle Mountain Wild Big-Horned SheepVermillion Lakes

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