I took this photo this past weekend on a cold morning in Canmore, Alberta, Canada. On the left you can see ‘Ha Ling Peak’ and the right you can see ‘East End of Rundle’.
Ah Canmore and Canada…I really am missing those mountains while living abroad! Thanks for sharing a piece of “home” for me Patrick!
wonderful colors, light and space!
I love the light in this image, beautiful contrast!
You always take such amazing photos.. you should lead a photo tour!!
That’s beautiful! Thank you. Love Canmore.
How could you get a railway up there.
The great light even made it to the reflection in the water. Nice.
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How you capture the interplay of light is always amazing!
my words wouldn’t do this justice
That blue in the river looks other-worldly. Perfect shot.
Oh man! such a beautiful view. It’s just dreamlike
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Always FAB photogs!?! I love the mountains with snow on them!
I would like to ave a weekend like this! 😉
Beautiful capture of a stunning location! I would like to be there now, please and thank you Bravo!
Stunning! I love the red coloring on the mountain reflecting on the water. Great photo.
This photo brought tears to my eyes!! Thank you!!!
Fantastic. Your photos would inspire anyone to travel!
Wow. That’s just gorgeous. I can only imagine what it must have been like in person.
I always look forward to your posts. Your photography is so beautiful!
You live in one of the most beautiful places on Earth, and you do a great job of capturing it.
Beautiful, as usual.
The world looks so beautiful through your wonderful picture(s).
I’m cold just looking at this icy water. You captured the essence of the landscape. Sweet! bill
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Wow that beautiful!! You should sell post cards!!
Another great shot. The mountain view is amazing. It makes me want to go a hike if I had the opportunity.
Patrick: This is a remarkable image…at first I didn’t notice the bridge although the waterway leads you right to it. The mountains are great…Stunning work!
You always have such amazingly beautiful photography…. It is a true gift! 😀
Every time I see “Canmore” I think of “Hi. I’m Mike from Canmore”…:-)
I love this! I live In Calgary <3
This is a beautiful photo.
Very nice. Cold mornings are tough.. but often revarding with great light
I love the orange against the blue! It would make a nice painting.
The reflection on the water is stunning.
OMG that is awesome, the colours of these crags.
Beautiful as always
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Another place I would like to Visit
Your pictures always make me feel like I’m right there– so beautiful!
So much depth and beauty here! Wonderful photograph.
Gorgeous shot, Patrick.
Striking Photo. Awesome.
Your photos are breathtaking !
One of my favorite places!
Ugh. Please let me know when you’re hiring someone to be your professional shadow.
I second this comment!
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A beautiful if cold Canadian scene.
That is one of my favorite spots.
Awesome photography, Patrick.
Yes! I was the 1000th blogger to like this! Excellent handiwork as always…
What a beautiful place! Very nice pics!
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Beautiful photography as always – how I wish I lived in a place of such stunning landscapes.
Thank you for sharing them with us.
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Absolutely Perfect Shot!
Gorgeous! I’ve been to Canmore, but only in the summer. The water is just as striking against the snow!
Wow!! This photograph is breathtaking!!!! Wish I was there right now!!
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Like your work. I have managed to spend a total of 30 hours in Canada this year. I want to get back soon it is an amazing country.
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You’ve heard this a million times before, but this is a beautiful shot. The colours are stunning. Thanks for following my page
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