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Philip Kuntz / 190 items

N 188 B 2.0K C 65 E Oct 18, 2019 F Jan 10, 2020
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Looking across Lake Louise with Mt. Whyte, the Big Beehive and Mt. Niblock in view. Was relaxing walking and enjoying the quiet, less busy side of the lake.

Your views, comments, faves and suggestion are appreciated.

Enjoy a wonderful Friday and weekend!

Tags:   Snow Lake Louise glacial waters Mt. Whyte Big Beehive Mt. Niblock Banff National Park lakes Alberta

N 249 B 2.0K C 68 E Oct 18, 2019 F Jan 5, 2020
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The last color of the day over Mt. Rundle slips away. The short blue hour takes over. Always an enchanting time of day.

Your views, comments, faves and support is always appreciated.

Enjoy a wonderful Sunday and week ahead!

Tags:   blue hour blues sunset dusk evening Mt. Rundle Vermillion Lakes reflections Banff Alberta Canada

N 215 B 2.1K C 41 E Oct 18, 2019 F Jan 3, 2020
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The Bow River downstream of the falls on it's exit from the Banff Township. Taken in fall while the flow was low.

Thanks for taking a look and for any comments, faves and suggestions.

Enjoy this first Friday and weekend of the New Year!

Tags:   Bow River Bow falls Spray river Banff Township Banff Alberta Canada trunk roots

N 127 B 2.1K C 31 E Oct 12, 2017 F Nov 26, 2019
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Looking north at the pretty blue waters of this major river at Lake Louise Jct. Gotta love glacial runoff, may it forever flow, but not too fast...

Thanks for taking a look! Always appreciated.

Tags:   Bow River rivers glacial waters Lake Louise Lake Louise Jct. Banff Banff National Park Alberta Canada

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Finally got a decent picture of this iconic scene as a train traveled thru along the Bow River.

Morant’s Curve is named for Nicholas Morant, a staff photographer for the Canadian Pacific Railway. For 44 years, he crisscrossed the country on passenger trains. He photographed hotels, steamships, trucks, airplanes, oil wells, and mines, for the CPR. He chronicled the times, writing for the company magazine as well as photographing developments on the railway. Wouldn't that be a great job! His photos have been used on the backs of $10, $50 and $100 Canadian bills.

Enjoy a wonderful Wednesday!

Tags:   Morant's Curve Nicholas Morant train trains train tracks Bow Mountains Bow river stormy Canadian Pacific Railroad CPR Banff Banff National Park Alberta single exposure


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