Canadian Rockies: Banff Gondola View

International Travel, Photography, Travel

My wife and I recently returned from a trip to visit the Canadian Rockies. While I edit photos and write up some Travel Tales, I thought I’d share a few early photos. When in Banff, one option is to take the gondola ride to the top of Sulphur Mountain, which provides an elevated view of six mountain ranges. This was one view that inspired a highly contrasted black & white finish.

D71_6789Banff Gondola View
(Nikon D7100, June 2016)

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Canadian Rockies: Stephen Avenue “Trees” (Calgary)

International Travel, Photography, Travel

My wife and I recently returned from a trip to visit the Canadian Rockies. While I edit photos and write up some Travel Tales, I thought I’d share a few early photos. Calgary was our entry point and one thing I wanted to see in town were the steel “Trees” found on Stephen Avenue, originally designed to reduce wind gusts between the buildings.

D71_6427_2Stephen Avenue “Trees,” Downtown Calgary
(Nikon D7100, June 2016)

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Canadian Rockies: Peace Bridge (Calgary)

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My wife and I recently returned from a trip to visit the Canadian Rockies. While I edit photos and write up some Travel Tales, I thought I’d share a few early photos. Calgary was our entry point, and we spent a day exploring downtown before heading off. Peace Bridge, a covered pedestrian bridge designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, got my creative juices flowing.

D71_6346Peace Bridge, Downtown Calgary
(Nikon D7100, June 2016)

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Canadian Rockies: Athabasca Falls

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My wife and I recently returned from a trip to visit the Canadian Rockies. While I edit photos and write up some Travel Tales, I thought I’d share a few early photos. Athabasca Falls, in Jasper National Park, is not the highest or the widest waterfall in the Canadian Rockies but it is the most powerful.

D71_6975Athabasca Falls, Jasper National Park
(Nikon D7100, June 2016)

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