Driving through the Canadian Rocky Mountains can be a bit hair-rising at times.The road down there is the same one that I was parked on to get this shot, so you can imagine the switch-backs that get you from one point to the next.. I had to climb over the guardrail and hang onto a tree to get the right vantage point. This was a 35mm. film shot in the spring of 1991 and is somewhere near Mt. Robson in British Columbia,as much as I can remember. Camera was an Exakta Varex SLR, using high-speed Ektachrome film. The slide was scanned with a Canoscan 4000US.