Natural landscapes: The threatening sky

THREATENING SKY AT MOUNT EDITH CAVELL, JASPER NATIONAL PARK, ALBERTA

The Mount Edith Cavell area is one of the most spectacular places in the Canadian Rockies. Towering peaks, several glaciers, a glacier-fed lake, icebergs, water falls, snow avalanches, an ice cave – phew, it has everything a mountain photographer could dream of. Even threatening weather, as in this picture, couldn’t dim the breathtaking picture opportunities. Nikon D90, tripod.

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