Wild Weekly Photo Challenge #28 – Mountains

I’m participating in the online adventure travel and outdoor photography magazine Wild Weekly Photo Challenge for bloggers  This week’s Challenge is:   Mountains!

Having spent the last 25 years in relatively flat Nova Scotia, I was duely impressed when I had the chance to visit Banff, Alberta last year.  They have some Mountains there:


Mount Rundle from the Hoodoos Trail


Sulpher Mountain from Vermillion Lakes


Mount Rundle and Suplher Moutain


Castle Mountain

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Mount Rundle from Cascade Ponds

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Mount Rundle from Two Jack Lake

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Cascade Mountain


Banff and surroundings from Sulpher Mountain – Tunnel Mountain center, Cascade upper left


Mount Andromache (I think)


Mount Rundle, Suplher Mountain and Banff from Mount Norquay


Mount Rundle from Vermillion Lakes


Sundance Peak (I think) from Vermillion Lakes


Castle Mountain


Lake Louise


on Sulpher Mountain over looking Banff

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6 Responses to Wild Weekly Photo Challenge #28 – Mountains

  1. Rosemarie says:

    Thanks for liking my mountain photos. Those mountains are the reason I prefer the Far West to the East Coast of the USA. I feel I haven’t really had a vacation if I haven’t seen mountains. Lovely photos of Banff. We had a road trip there when I was around nine. I would love to go there again someday.

  2. Heather says:

    Breathtaking!! Gorgeous shots, I love them!

  3. alilandonl says:

    Amazing shots. You have inspired to to put Banff on my places to visit ‘wish list’

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