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Banff National Park
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Posted By: ozwald, 11-15-2016, 03:46 PM

Some scenes from a recent trip to Banff National Park, Canada. The difficulty was to decide when to stop taking photos!

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11-15-2016, 05:14 PM   #2
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Wow! Those are great shots. I would love to get there one day.
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That last shot is my favorite.
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4th shot is very striking. Excellent thanks for sharing.

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Cracking imagery, well done indeed.
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Wow! Those are great shots. I would love to get there one day.
Many thanks - you won't be disappointed!
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That last shot is my favorite.
Lake Minnewanka (I kid you not).
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4th shot is very striking. Excellent thanks for sharing.
Thankyou. BNP has some very unique geological formations on a grand scale as well as glaciers and lakes - a landscape photographer's paradise.
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Cracking imagery, well done indeed.
Thanks Kerrowdown - glad you liked them.
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You certainly had a fine sky day. Just enough clouds to make it interesting. Well done, IMHO
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You certainly had a fine sky day. Just enough clouds to make it interesting. Well done, IMHO
Yes, some interesting cloud formations make a real difference don't they. Thanks for looking.

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Well done and very lucky to be able to visit such a beautiful place.
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Wow great scenery and well captured.
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Nice, I forgot how beautiful that place was. Thanks for the memories!
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Well done and very lucky to be able to visit such a beautiful place.
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Wow great scenery and well captured.
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Nice, I forgot how beautiful that place was. Thanks for the memories!
Thank you all for your encouraging comments!
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Nice, I forgot how beautiful that place was. Thanks for the memories!
Agreed; it's been many years since I was there; but these beautiful photos certainly bring back great memories!
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Agreed; it's been many years since I was there; but these beautiful photos certainly bring back great memories!
Thank you. To me the beauty of BNP is ethereal. I felt I was travelling through a gallery of landscape paintings.
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