Natural landscapes: spring, delayed

SPRING SNOW ON MT. KIDD, KANANASKIS COUNTRY, ALBERTA

This is common in the Canadian Rocky Mountains; just when you think spring has truly arrived, along comes an epic snow dump to remind you that at this elevation, anything can happen at any time of year.
Mt. Kidd’s epic twisting rock makes it  one of the most distinctive peaks in the Kananaskis region.
Nikon D90, tripod, polarizing filter.

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2 thoughts on “Natural landscapes: spring, delayed

  1. While I would imagine the spring snow is not a joy to some, it sure does a wonderful job of highlighting the geological beauty of this mountain. Fantastic photo, Frank~~

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