Natural landscapes: making tracks
EVIDENCE OF SKIERS, SUNSHINE VILLAGE, BANFF NATIONAL PARK, ALBERTA
During a recent ski trip to this renowned resort in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, I took my Nikon D90 and 18-70 mm. lens along for a few runs and hand-held for photos like this. Conditions were incredible, so almost everything I photographed came out useable. This is more of a wide-angle perspective, so the peaks don’t loom as impressively. But I wanted at least a few photographs to have a strong foreground subject and I think this scene qualifies.
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Great day for skiing and shooting… 🙂
Defnitely! Thanks for looking and commenting, Brian. 🙂
This is just breath taking. WOW
Thanks! Glad folks like this scene as much as I did. 🙂
I wasn’t a photographer when I last skied in Alberta. Good thing, too, or I would have done way more photography than skiing!
I hear ye, pal. The clouds moved in during the afternoon, so I had no trouble putting the camera away and enjoying quality ski time with my lovely and charming stepdaughter. 🙂