Sneak Preview: Glacier & the Canadian Rockies (Summer in Review Pt 4)
Part four of our summer in review: a sample of the more than twenty five thousand images we captured and a few teases of the compelling stories we were able to document.
Every summer, after we leave Yellowstone, we split the balance of our time in the wild between Glacier and the parks of the Canadian Rockies. Each have their own compelling draws, though none have been able to beat the diversity of landscapes and animals we find in Yellowstone. Until this year.
Waterton National Park in Alberta was without question the park that gave us the most remarkable sights, but Banff wasn’t too shabby either. Jasper was a slight let down, as was Kananaskis, but truly we can’t complain. The Canadian Rockies delivered for us in spades.
Here are a sample of some of our favourite photo shoots in the Canadian parks. Enjoy!
Red Fox “Curious”, Waterton National Park
Lower Lake, Kananaskis Country
Two Medicine Lake, Glacier National Park
Weasel, Kananaskis Country
Athabasca River, Jasper National Park
Beaver, Hinton, Alberta
Medicine Lake, Jasper National Park
Red Fox Kits “Curious” “Shy-Friendly”, Waterton National Park
Vimy Ridge, Waterton National Park
Black Wolf, Banff National Park
Waterton Valley, Waterton National Park- Simon
Cinnamon Black Bear Cub of the Year, Jasper National Park
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