On The Road to Lake Moraine
One of the majestic peaks on the road to Lake Moraine at sunset.
Reflections between the Logs
A couple peaks reflected in Moraine Lake's outlet channel
Moraine Lake Outlet
Looking over the overflow outlet as the setting sun shines on a few of the Ten Peaks that surround Moraine Lake.
Stormy Lake Moraine Morning
Moraine Lake Magic
One of the Ten Peaks , Mt. Bowlen, coming forth thru the thick clouds above Moraine Lake at sunrise.
Bench With a View
A favorite bench well located above Lake Moraine.
First Light on the Ten Peaks
Lake with the Twenty Dollar View
First light on the Ten Peaks reflected in Moraine Lake. This view was used on the Canadian twenty dollar bill.
Some of the Ten Peaks reflected in a calm Lake Moraine as the sun sets.
Moraine Lake Canoes
Colorful canoes waiting riders on Lake Moraine. So peaceful and memorable to paddle around this beloved iconic lake.
Lake Moraine Macro
A tight frame of Lake Moraine at sunset
Moody Moraine Morning
The Ten Peaks were shrouded in clouds and fog but Lake Moraine always looks great regardless. Taken at sunrise.
Looking north at Mt.Temple at sunrise as I near the top of the famous Moraine Lake rockpile.
A Canadian Rockies Sunset
The last light of the day shines on some iconic Canadian peaks near Moraine Lake.
A view looking up the Lake Louise outlet channel at the lake and the moody skies above on a chilly October day.
Wintry Lake Louise
A view of Mt. Fairview and the Boat House at Lake Louise.
Stormy Lake Louise
Looking up the Lake Louise outlet at stormy skies in the distance.
Lake Louise Boathouse
Looking across lovely Lake Louise at the Boat House on a moody day. The sense of serenity and wonder was strong this day.
Lovely Louise in Winter Dress
Looking across the Lake Louise outlet channel at the boat house.
First Snow at Lake Louise
Fellow nature lovers sit on the shore of Lake Louise savoring the beauty all around them.
A bright day at Lake Louise.
Gotta love those pretty teal glacial waters.
Gotta love the teal color that glacial silt gives their rivers, like here in the Mistaya river, outlet of iconic Peyto Lake.