Monday, August 24, 2015

Banff National Park

It is time to continue with the drive through Banff National Park.
I really don't think I need to say much about the photos,as they speak for themselves.





This is Lake Louise,a lake that has perhaps been on more calendars than any other.








The next two photos are similar,yet different.I couldn't choose between the two,so you get to see both.



The following words may seem out of place,but,even though this is not the Grand Canyon,Mount Everest or Victoria Falls,God's touch is still evident here.

From the great Grand Canyon to the northern lights
Victoria Falls to Mount Everest high
Every miracle in this world confirms
The Master’s touch is everywhere you turn  

20 comments:

  1. Fantastic photographs, Ruth! The beauty of God's creation is everywhere, even in the little things we see every day. Thanks for posting these as I will never get to make a trip there.

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  2. These are gorgeous photos, Ruth. Now I want to visit Banff more than ever.

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  3. These are beautiful and majestic photos of part of God's wonderful creation.

    Thanks for sharing ~ FlowerLady

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  4. I absolutely love this place. Such gorgeous scenery. A feast for the eyes and for the soul.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  5. that quote is perfect, these views are magnificent... i love them ALL and if i have to pick a favorite it is the rail road track. i just love that photo

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  6. Amen to your closing statement. Such wonderful scenery. Our country is such a wonderful country. The scenery from coast to coast to coast is magnificent. Thanks for sharing these beautiful scenes.

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  7. What beautiful countryside. First one is my favorite.

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  8. Banff is truly one of the most beautiful spots on earth. (Not that I've seen them all.) You certainly made the most of your one day there. Beautiful photos. I see there were a lot of people enjoying Lake Louise the day you were there. I love the last shot of the leaning notched mountain.

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  9. Yes, the photos DO speak for themselves. I've been in that area once, and I would love to return! P.S. Today I posted 'The Rest of the Story' about my Milky Way shot.

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  10. Ruth, stunning images! Your last two shots of Mt. Rundle are beautiful. I think that mountain is one of my favourites. The earth gave a mighty shove and up popped the mountain!

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  11. I camped in Banff many years ago! Lake Louise was our spot and so lovely! We loved the view and the natural surroundings.

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  12. Stunning scenery. I loved it when I was there. The words at the end are very true Ruth.

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  13. Lake Louise is an amazing lake to see in person and I think you have captured its beauty extremely well.

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  14. What a gorgeous spot and view Ruth....the mountains don't look real!!

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  15. Wow---as I sit here in a motel in Lexington, Nebraska, I took time to look carefully at your post... That area does remind me a little of the Tetons where we just were. Amazing the similarities in some of the pictures... BUT--the Canadian Rockies are AMAZiNG ---and I can't wait to see them. Awesome pictures!!!!!

    Hugs from a tired cookie tonight!!!!!
    Betsy

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  16. Ruth, your photos are stunning. My husband and I have talked about going to Banff for years, these pictures are a good reminder to start planning a trip!

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  17. The red canoes on Lake Louise add such a nice little splash of color! Your photos brought back wonderful memories of a visit to this area during a family reunion. Thanks for sharing!

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