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Alberta's Amazing Landscapes

Alberta is blessed with an amazing range of landscapes. Within a day, it is possible to eat breakfast while standing on the Columbia Icefields, lunch while sitting beside a foothills stream, and dinner on the expansive prairie in view of canola or barley fields, or natural grasslands. Deep, incised river valleys have been carved by 12,000 years of erosion and provide access to the "badlands" that are the paleontologist's playgrounds. Below are some of my favourite images of Alberta's various landscape taken during work and play, plus a few water images from a recent trip to New Zealand. If interested, you can see more of my images, including some without water, here.

        Elbow Lake   Lac Beauvert   Bow km 0   Mt Remus   Mt Kidd   Bow Genesis   Calgary Night   Cecilia   Cascade Watershed   Buller Pond   Taramakau River Valley   Kaikoura Coastline   Mt. Edith Cavell   Pyramid Lake   Beaver Ponds   Banff Lodgepole Pines   Columbia Lake   Vermillion River I   P water 4.0   Foggy Wedge Pond   Lake Agnes, Banff   Lagoon Nebula   Rockbound Lake   Wedge Pond   Mt. Rundle, Banff   Water Day   Three Sisters   Johnson Lake Supermoon   Calm Morning   Lake Louise Boathouse   Lake Windermere   Marsh Bluet   Morant's Curve   Paige in Streams   Peyto Lake Supermoon   Pilot Mountain   Red-Tailed Hawks   Tussock Moth   Buller Pond   Moraine Lake   Flow   Lower Kananaskis Lake   Lake Louise   Stream 11   Red-winged Blackbird   Wedge Pond   Maui Sunset   Bow Peak   Arethusa Cirque   Electroshocking Streams   Sunwapta Falls   Toby Creek   Winter Moonrise   Lily   Cascade Panorama   Bee   Lake Minnewanka   Balance   Three Sisters   Bald Eagle   Banff Springs Hotel   Chester Lake   Taramakau River Valley   Head in the Clouds   Bow River and Mt Inglismaldie   Mount Inglismaldie  

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