Rural landscapes: Where peaks and prairies meet

GRAZING NEAR WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK, ALBERTA

The landscapes near this national park in Western Canada are always impressive. I found this scene after spending several hours photographing inside the park, which protects a unique area where prairies run right up to the mountains (i.e. no transitional foothills). Nikon D90, tripod, polarizing filter.

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Near Waterton Lakes National Park

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4 thoughts on “Rural landscapes: Where peaks and prairies meet

    • Thanks for the kind words, Scott. I don’t get to this part of Alberta as much as I’d like (it’s about 3 hours’ drive southwest of my Calgary home), but every time I do, I’m rewarded photographically. 🙂

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