Mountain Vacation

This is a discussion on Mountain Vacation within the Photojournalism & Travel Photography forums, part of the PHOTO GALLERIES category; Patti and I vacationed in beautiful Alberta this past summer. What a blast. So many photos to take so little time. #1 This is Bow ...


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    Patti and I vacationed in beautiful Alberta this past summer. What a blast. So many photos to take so little time.

    #1 This is Bow Lake. I was so taken back by the beauty and reflection that I almost missed what was on the other side of the lake. Patti brought it to my attention. So on with the 400mm .



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    Stunning scenery - thanks for sharing

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    1 and 2 for me with a slight crop on the bottom of 1 to get rid of that tiny little branch sticking up. I like in #2 how it looks like that melting glacier is creating that waterfall. 5 is nice too but I have thing with branches and stuff in the foreground of big vistas.

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    Thanks guys. We were there in August, and every glacier had a water fall somewhere. Most we could see. It took a long time to get from point A to point B because I was always stopping to take photos. After a week, came home with over 2000.


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    Beautiful shots. I've always wanted to go to Alberta these shots just make me want to go even more!

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    Those are definitely WOW shots. Makes me want to be there.

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    Great images! really like the reflections! Certainly a place I want to visit
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    Such beautiful scenery. I think 1 is definitely my favorite, with a slight crop at the bottom to get rid of the top of that tree. Stunning views though! I would probably never leave if I went there...

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    Beleave me...one week was not enough time to take it all in. One thing I will say,everything made you feel very small. I caught myself a few times just standing there in ah.


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    Quote Originally Posted by yorkshireman View Post
    Stunning scenery - thanks for sharing
    Ditto.
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