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Two days on the Icefields Parkway, day one...
Posted By: Heinrich Lohmann, 09-29-2009, 10:10 PM

part two

All with K20D and 16-45

Mistaya Canyon


On the trail




North Saskatchewan River




Part of the Columbia Icefields


The Icefield Centre (home for the night)


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09-29-2009, 10:17 PM   #2
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Beautiful trail photos again Heinrich.
My, you are fortunate to go to such picturesque places on such a regular basis!
Well done.
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The American/Canidian landscape always seem to have that Wow factor with me, such pretty landscapes. Love them.
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Excellent Job Heinrich , glad to see you had bit of blue skies anyway. awsesome scenery on my list (can't believe I have not been there yet).

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That looks like workshop country to me Heinrich ....thanks for sharing.

Top job.
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Beautiful trail photos again Heinrich.
My, you are fortunate to go to such picturesque places on such a regular basis!
Well done.
Thank you Ash for the kind words and yes we are lucky, within a 2 to 4 hour drive in 3 different directions we are in totally different landscapes.

Take care,

QuoteOriginally posted by Elva Quote
The American/Canidian landscape always seem to have that Wow factor with me, such pretty landscapes. Love them.
Thank you Elva, in my next post the landscapes are not as pretty but have their own attractiveness.

Take care,

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Excellent Job Heinrich , glad to see you had bit of blue skies anyway. awsesome scenery on my list (can't believe I have not been there yet).
Hi Dave and thank you and yes you ough to go there.

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That looks like workshop country to me Heinrich ....thanks for sharing.

Top job.
Thanks for the kind comments - we ought to get Marc up there then.

Take care,
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Beautiful, crisp shots. I always look forward to your postings.
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Beautiful, crisp shots. I always look forward to your postings.
Thank you kindly dear sir for the kind remarks and do take care,

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My gosh, you Heinrich, you have supporters from all over the world. Could it be all those well composed crisp images you can't seem to stop taking? Like them all, but I relaly like the variegated landscape in no-6. They arew layers of colour and terrain leading to the sky.

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My gosh, you Heinrich, you have supporters from all over the world. Could it be all those well composed crisp images you can't seem to stop taking? Like them all, but I relaly like the variegated landscape in no-6. They arew layers of colour and terrain leading to the sky.

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Hi JMR and thank you for the kind comments, I do appreciate it.
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Nice job Heinrich, I always enjoy your work.
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Nice job Heinrich, I always enjoy your work.
Thank you kindly for the kind remarks and do take care,
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Beautiful series Henrich. Thank you for sharing. JIM
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Beautiful series Henrich. Thank you for sharing. JIM
Thank you Jim, it's appreciated.

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I can't quite tell if the image of Mt Athabasca is taken from the tourist center or if you are above the tourist center on Wilcox Pass. It looks to me like it is the tourist center but the perspective looks higher than I recall. If you haven't been up Wilcox Pass you should put it on your to-do list for next time. There is a BIG resident herd of Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep that hang out up there ... and sometimes a Caribou.

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