AS we drove through Kootenay National Park, my brother Bob stopped at Simpson Monument. I instantly fell in love with this location. The mountain slopes show the remains of a forest fire from the past.
This vibrant blue glacier-fed lake, located about 40 km (25 mi) north of Lake Louise in Banff National Park, is a popular stop for visitors travelling along the famed Icefields Parkway. Throughout the summer months, glacier rock flour flows into the lake, which gives the water its breathtaking colour.
Walking into the viewing area, we encountered snow. There were many people constantly coming and going here. I could not capture the whole of Peyto Lake. I lacked a wide-angled lense to get the whole lake into the photo.
#LakeMinniwanka Lake. In the background is #MountGirouard. All of this is located in #BanffNationalPark in the #RockyMountains. We spent the night at the #TheElkandAvenueHotel. Highly recommended.
My brother Bob and I spent the night in the town of Banff. We booked into the The Elk and Avenue Hotel.The next morning we drove up to the scenic Lake Minniwanka. It was a cloudy dark day. I made the most of the conditions. I was able to get many shots working with the the patterns of nature
I have been plagued with bad weather. Too much mist. The mountains in a haze. But finally it all became clear. Bull Mountain with the Kootney River British Columbia.
I caught a splash of color between a group of buildings, following the highway North of La Dalia. We parked the truck at road’s edge. With the morning’s mist upon the Peñas Blancas in the background. A splash of yellow in the foreground, I captured the above composition.
I was travelling North of Jinotega up in the mountains last week. We stopped at a coffee Finca. I was strolling along a path with camera gear. I spotted a small papayas growing by a house.
All the elements were here for a great composition. The flowers, immature fruit. Beautiful lighting. The result was the above composition
So until next time, happy trails