Just another scintillating mountain laden road side view somewhere in Colorado, lit up golden by one of those golden sundowns there! The vastness of the valleys in the Rockies is difficult to comprehend!
I’m here in the Canadian Rockies soaking up some incredible landscapes and naturally taking lots of photos along the way. It’s nice for a change to travel light and leave all the dive gear at home. Here’s a favorite that will probably hang in my house soon: Abraham Lake with its frozen methane bubbles in the gin clear ice. Copyright Michael Patrick O’Neill / www.mpostock.com #banff#albertacanada#banffnationalpark#canada#rockies#dailyviewalberta#landscape#sunset#nikon
Canadian classic with a twist. When I arrived at this lake, there was already parts of the peaks that were being lit up so I ran up to the viewing area. By the time I got there, all the light had disappeared behind the heavy clouds. Suddenly, all the peaks got a slim beam of light on them for a few minutes. During this time, everyone got quiet and enjoyed the unique and astounding view.
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This Glacier Skywalk viewing platform in the Canadian Rockies was designed by Calgary firm Sturgess Architecture with a strengthened glass floor that provides a view straight down to the valley below.
Suspended 280 metres above the ground and featuring a floor made from tempered and heat-strengthened glass, this walkway allows amazing unobstructed views of the valley floor.