Hi and welcome to my first post to the Viewpoints blog circle. I am so honored to be part of this circle with such talented women.
I live only a couple of hours away from Banff National Park, but seldom have the opportunity to visit. People travel from all over the world to visit our beautiful mountains and lakes, but as residents we do take them for granted. I decided to book a hotel room for a night and head out to shoot some places I've been wanting to go to. So last week I hopped in my car and headed west! I couldn't have asked for more beautiful weather, it was warm and the fall colors in the mountains were spectacular. The only thing that would have made it better was some clouds for interest in the sky, but in the 2 days I was out there, not a cloud was seen, just the big blue Alberta sky.
My first stop was Emerald Lake in Yoho National Park, just over the Alberta/British Columbia border.
Then it was down the hill to Natural Bridge.
Next stop, the majestic Moraine Lake. This was my first visit to the peaks and lake that used to grace our $20 bill. Needless to say, it took my breath away and I want to go back, soon!
The next morning I was up bright and early for the sunrise at Lake Louise. I was on the lake shore by 7 am, scouted out my location and waited for the sun to start shining on the peaks above Victoria Glacier. By 7:30 the tourist buses arrived and the shoreline was full of people to watch the sun come up with me!
I headed home, taking the Bow Valley Parkway, which I've never travelled before this. It was a beautiful drive, full of bold fall colors and amazing meadows and mountains. My last stop was at Johnston Canyon to hike in to the waterfalls.
Thank you so much for being here. Please continue on to the other blogs to see what their views looked like this month! Next in line is Donna! http://www.bukaldersphotography.com/...