Patrick and I both visited
Jasper National Park (Alberta)
this week for our posts.
Maligne Valley Gorge Falls.
Although the sign read
Both attractions are in
Jasper National Park
Both falls were flowing rapidly
I had hoped upon retirement that I may have been able
to sell a few photos to pay for equipment.
Pretty much what I used to do back in the 1980s
There are too many people who think photography is luck…
and to some extent it is.
Right place, right time, right settings.
Earlier this year I watched as a visitor to my display raved over this photo.
He couldn’t, or said he couldn’t believe it was a photo.
Travel is on my bucket list.
This post has been interrupted by talking
to our South African Guide about our 2020 visit.
Trouble is blue doesn’t go well with our colour scheme.
It would be great to be able to fund camera equipment from photo sales.
So that’s my bucket list…or a portion of it.
are located in Jasper National Park…
on the upper Athabasca River….
approximately 30 kilometres south of
Jasper, Alberta, Canada.
can be found just in front of the hind legs
as shown by the arrows.
Orange stills for Sunday.
Geraniums in York.
A Witch’s Hat in Banff.
A surfboard at Torquay.
Pegs on a clothesline.
but it was at our accommodation the night before…
After a hearty breakfast it was all aboard.
We won’t forget this trip in a hurry as it was here while having
our life jackets fitted that MGW discovered a familiar face doing the fitting.
A former pupil at the school where she works.
A day or two later we were off on an evening hayride at Banff.
Followed by a more comfortable mode of transport for two days.
Who has never ever wanted to drive a train?? 🙂